Britain Targets 24/7 Covid Vaccinations To Speed Rollout


Britain Targets 24/7 Covid Vaccinations To Speed Rollout

2021-01-14 | By malaymail | 8 Hits

A commuter wears a facemask as he sits in a bus shelter with NHS signage promoting Stay Home Save Lives in Chinatown central London January 8 2021 as England entered a third lockdown due to Covid19 AFP picLONDON Jan 13 Britain is targeting a 24hour sevenday a week vaccination programme as soon as possible Prime Minister Boris Johnson said today as he bids to step up the pace of the rollout and give shots to atrisk groups by midFebruaryAstraZeneca executives said the company was on track to deliver two million doses a week before >>READ MORE



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