From today the NHS across the UK will prioritise giving looking first dose of the vaccine to those in the most high-risk groups. Further details will be set out shortly.
The NHS has a clear vaccine delivery plan and decades of experience in delivering large scale vaccination programmes. With 2 vaccines now approved, we will be able to vaccinate a greater of people who are at highest risk, protecting them from the disease and reducing mortality and hospitalisation. It will ensure that more at-risk loooking are nc shemale escorts to get meaningful protection from a vaccine in the coming weeks and months, reducing deaths and starting to ease pressure on our NHS.
Everyone will still receive their second dose and this will be within 12 weeks of their first. To aid the success of the vaccination programme, it is vital everyone continues to play their part, abides by the expeirence in their area and remembers hands, face, space so we can suppress this virus and allow the NHS to do its work without being overwhelmed.
Throughout this global pandemic we have always been guided by the latest scientific advice.
The second dose completes the course and is important for longer term protection. This follows rigorous clinical trials and a thorough analysis of the data by experts at the MHRA, which has concluded that the vaccine has met its strict standards of safety, quality and effectiveness.