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Vaccinations could begin “in early December” if approved – BBC News




Health Secretary Matt Hancock says the NHS should be ready to roll out the coronavirus vaccine before December if it is approved by regulators. However, he asked for caution, warning that it would be a daunting logistical task and that it was not clear how many people would need to be included to return life to normal. If regulators decide it is safe and effective, the new Pfizer vaccine will be offered to the most vulnerable patients in what would be “seven days of surgery a week”. It happened when the UK recorded the highest number of deaths per day. in mid-May. Meanwhile, plans for more massive tests have been announced since the end of November – including all students at the University of England. Sophie Raworth introduces BBC News Ten to medical editor Fergus Walsh and health editor Hugh Pym. Please subscribe HERE .



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