In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has started supplying Covid-19 vaccines to drug stores.
- Last Updated:January 14, 2021 10:49 PM IS
Britain’s Health Minister Matt Hancock said, “It is fantastic that the pharmacy is now being used for vaccination of Kovid-19.” These will help in running vaccination programs at local level and accessible locations. “The government has targeted millions of people over 70 years of age and advance front personnel to be vaccinated by mid-February to remove lockdowns in the country, such Now vaccines are being provided in hundreds of places including hospitals. Seven big vaccine centers were opened this week. They are in every NHS region. Dozens more vaccination centers are to be opened in the coming weeks.
Also read: Corona: British scientists claim – virus can spread from patient even after recoveringBritish vaccine minister Nadeem Zahavi said, “Pharmacy plays an important role in the care of the nation and I am really happy to see them coming forward to help with the national vaccination program.” NHS Deputy Chief Pharmaceuticals Officer Dr. Bruce “There has been a big start with the supply of 2.4 million vaccines under the NHS ‘Carona Virus Vaccination Program,” said Warner. “Our pharmacists are experts in the vaccination program and local,” said Seb James, managing director of Boots UK Have played a credible role among the communities.