Boris Johnson urges public to not get carried away with Covid-19 vaccine ‘over optimism’

United Kingdom has turn out to be the primary nation on the planet to approve the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine to be used.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday urged the British public to not get carried away with ‘over-optimism’ after the government authorized the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine for mass use.

Boris Johnson harassed that it stays necessary that the nation follows the tiered Covid Winter Plan and stay below alert to get by the lengthy and chilly months forward earlier than the vaccine administration course of is in full swing by early subsequent yr.

“We have been waiting and hoping for the day when the searchlights of science would pick out our invisible enemy and give us the power to stop that enemy from making us ill and now the scientists have done it,” stated Johnson.

The United Kingdom has turn out to be the primary nation on the planet to approve the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine to be used and stated that it will likely be rolled out from early subsequent week.

Britain’s vaccine committee will resolve which precedence teams will get the jab first resembling care house residents, well being and care workers, the aged and people who find themselves clinically extraordinarily weak, the report added.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock stated the programme would start early subsequent week. Hospitals, he stated, had been already able to obtain it. “It is very good news,” Hancock stated.

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(With inputs from indiatoday)

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