British hospitals will receive the first doses of the coronavirus vaccine in 10 days, according to The Guardian. This media agreed to a communication from the British National Health Service (NHS) to the country’s medical centers where this situation is reported.
“Hospitals in England could receive the first doses of the vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNTech as of December 7 “, detalla The Guardian.
The first doses of the vaccine will be given first to healthcare professionals. “We have been told that we expect to receive the vaccine on December 7th and we plan to begin vaccinating our staff throughout that week. However, the vaccine that we are going to receive is the one from Pfizer, so nor it can be moved again once we receive it and we have to use it for 5 days, since that is all its useful life “, revealed a manager of a hospital to The Guardian.
The forecast is that after health professionals are vaccinated residential workers and those over 80 years of age.