In recent days, three different vaccines against coronavirus infection have been introduced, each of which seems like a huge promise. Lastly, the vaccine, developed by scientists at Astra Zeneca and Oxford University, is expected to be relatively inexpensive and easy to store. The UK government has previously requested 100 million doses of this vaccine and they hope to get approval of the regulations soon. So how can medical experts know about the safety of the vaccine that has developed so quickly? How long can people in the UK expect to be vaccinated? And how will the government determine who gets the priority? Huw Edwards presents BBC News Ten at health correspondent Catherine Burns – answering some of the key questions about UK vaccination plans. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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