I haven't read the full report because I'm lazy but the NAO think the UK might vaccinate 25m people in 2021. https://www.nao.org.uk/report/investigation-into-preparations-for-potential-covid-19-vaccines/
"As at 8th December 2020, NHSE&I is planning on the assumption it could vaccinate up to 25 million people with two doses throughout 2021"
That probably means most of the people reading the list probably wont get a vaccine until 2022. Or they find a way to go faster.
25 million people vaccinated in a year sounds like an big logistical win to me?
6850 vaccinations an hour, 10 hours a day, then booking everyone in for a second dose and booking in a further 6850 vaccinations an hour.
Anyone know how many flu vaccinations are given each year?
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