It’s been estimated that they have the capability to vaccinate about 1.3 million Brits each week, and their services go beyond that.
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The Government needs to engage with groups that have anxieties over the vaccine.
Likewise, if a cruise ship wants proof of vaccination before you board, it should have the right to. Here’s why.
While the light at the end of the tunnel appears to be here in the global battle with Coronavirus, it makes sense to plan for the unexpected.
Vaccine strategies in Europe. France battles anti-vaxxers, while Merkel is blamed for procurement failures.
Both countries have had difficulties accelerating the speed at which they vaccinate. So what factors have been to blame?
WATCH: ‘We will need more scrutiny of the vaccination programme’, says Fox, if MPs are to be confident in it
He urges Ministers to “be mindful of the balance between the authority of Government and the responsibility of citizens.”
Johnson behaved like a boisterous middle-aged games master in baggy shorts who constantly assures us that we are almost at the winning post.
There are still lessons that others can learn – namely, that it has been creative, above all else, in getting the vaccine out.
He says there is “no doubt in my mind that schools are safe”, and describes school closures as “exceptional”.
2021 and the race to normality. Post-vaccine hospitalisation and transmission data are key to reopening the economy.
The Government must speed up its vaccination programme, but until it understands the effect on transmission, tiers are here to stay.
Best and worst Government moment: the Brexit trade deal and Cummings’ road trip to Barnard Castle, respectively
Our panelists were also impressed with the Government’s decision to order 350 million doses of the vaccine.
Allie Renison: Pregnant and breastfeeding women deserve choice over whether they have the Coronavirus vaccine
The risk and severity of Covid – particularly for this patient group – outweighs the theoretical unproven risk of getting inoculated.
Five reasons why Hancock’s announcement of tougher restrictions yesterday met less resistance than might have been expected.
The sheer speed of vaccine invention and deployment marks a political win for him as well as a British triumph.
The jab was administered to her by Matron May Parsons, as the UK begins biggest vaccination programme in NHS history.