The total number of the first and second doses of the first and second doses of coronavirus in Britain has exceeded thirty-five million, according to MTI reports.
a Brett So far, 30,905,538 people have received the first dose of one of two vaccines marketed in the UK, Pfizer / BioNTech or Oxford / AstraZeneca, according to a presentation made by the Ministry of Health on Wednesday. This means that
Sixty per cent of the adult British population has already received their first dose of vaccination.
According to the Ministry’s statement, on Wednesday, the second vaccination dose has so far been administered to 4,108,536 people, bringing the total number of the first and second vaccination doses to just over thirty-five million people. For the first time since the vaccination campaign began in the UK on 8 December, the number of second doses given in one day exceeded the number of first doses.
British government Goal That by mid-April, all members of the age group over fifty years old, and by the end of July, the entire adult British population – about 52.7 million people – will receive the first dose of the Coronavirus vaccination However, from this week onwards, the health authorities will focus on The United Kingdom has made available as many doses as possible to administer the second dose to those who have elapsed for a maximum of twelve weeks the UK government permits between the two doses.