All over 40 in England are now being invited to register their first coronavirus vaccine.
The growth of the vaccine program comes as statistics show that it is over 34 million people in the UK have now received the same rate, and more than 14 million people have been fully vaccinated.
Chief Executive Officer of NHS England Sir Simon Stevens, who announced his resignation this summer, said: “Of the fourteen people between the ages of 45 and above who were affected, about three-thirds of the million people were elected in just two days as our reservation was opened to 42-year-olds. to 44.
“With a growing second tier, we are ready to call on all 40-year-olds and beyond to take part in the most important milestone in the history of the health profession.”
The target of giving the first phase to nine vulnerable groups by April 15 was achieved in the first three days, which allowed the program to expand within the second half of this month.
Although there are obstacles and secondary jabs for those at high risk of death corona virus at the forefront, millions more people have been getting their first inococies.
Less than a week after being invited to register, two thirds of the ages of 45 to 49 received their first installment.
Among the forty-four to get a jab in recent days by the Secretary of Health Matt Hancock.
The 42-year-old encouraged his teammates to join him in the jabbat after receiving his first and second chief treatment from Professor Jonathan Van-Tam.
Mr Hancock said: “The vaccine campaign in the UK has been successful so far, with over 47 million drugs being one of the best in the world.
“As a result of this development we are now launching vaccines for 40- and 41-year-olds.
“I urge anyone of this age to keep the jab active to protect themselves and your loved ones from this deadly disease.”
Mr. Hancock was selected at the Science Museum in London – one of the more than 1,700 places in England that support vaccination.
These include GP surgeries, drugstores, places of worship, football fields and supermarkets.
Meanwhile, in Scotland, preparations are underway for the distribution of the vaccine to people in their 40s, while those in their mid-30s and beyond are being punched in Wales.
In Northern Ireland, as well as those at risk of hospitalization, people aged 35 and over have been asked to keep their vaccine.
In the meantime, it has been announced that the UK will hold an international conference in 2022 in conjunction with a major scientific agreement aimed at supporting vaccination efforts in response to future epidemics.
The conference, which will be co-sponsored by the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (Cepi), seeks to raise foreign funding to support the UK and Cepi’s goal of a 100-day vaccination campaign – about a third of the world’s time to create a jab of coronavirus.
People who are now eligible to store a COVID jab in England can do so at a vaccine or drugstore through a recent online service, or call 119.
Text messages as a warning from “NHSvaccine” and also include a link to the NHS page for booking.