More than 60,000 people in the UK have died today after being infected with coronavirus, one of the highest death rates in the world. The first doses of the recently approved Pfzier coronavirus vaccine came when they arrived in the UK. They have been taken to a secret location and from there to be distributed to UK hospitals in the coming days. The first phase of the Rol out program is expected to begin on Tuesday. Jonathan Van Tam, England’s deputy medical director, says 99% of Covid-19 deaths could be prevented if taking ownership in the most vulnerable groups is too high. The UK is the first in the world to accept this vaccine – safety is key – but the speed of it all has been criticized by some, including US infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci. Sophie Raworth is presented at BBC News Ten by health editor Hugh Pym and science editor David Shukman. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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