UK NEWS: Queen Elizabeth will be among the first to be vaccinated in the UK

Vaccination claims on social media and elsewhere are among the biggest obstacles facing UK health officials who are planning the largest immunization program in the country’s history. Leading figures such as the British queen taking the Covid-19 vaccine are expected to help overcome the odds.

Queen Elizabeth, 94, and Prince Philip, 99, are expected to be among the first to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine, the first of which has arrived in the UK and is expected to be given first to those over 80 from Tuesday. .

Vaccination claims on social media and elsewhere are among the biggest obstacles facing UK health officials who are planning the largest immunization program in the country’s history. Leading figures such as the British queen taking the Covid-19 vaccine are expected to help overcome the odds.

The first collection obtained from Belgium is worth 800,000. UK has ordered 40mn doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, enough to vaccinate 20mn people with two females, 21 days apart. It also reached an early adoption agreement with a maximum of 300mn of other terms, when approved.

In China, local governments are placing orders for home-made coronavirus vaccines. More than one million health care workers and others in China have received testing vaccines under an emergency use permit.

At least seven patients admitted to the Covid-19 ward and other wards of Peshawar Hospital in Pakistan have died after the hospital’s oxygen supply ran out. Officials at Khyber Teaching Hospital said seven patients died in one night due to a lack of oxygen.

A spokesman for the hospital said the hospital had the capacity to store 10,000 liters of oxygen, which had been stored daily. He said the supply of oxygen had been obtained from a company in Rawalpindi and that supplies had been depleted after increasing demand.

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