Delay of AstraZeneca coup in EU could lead to increase of ‘thousands’ of Covid deaths – LATEST UPDATES

Delay of AstraZeneca coup in EU could lead to increase of 'thousands' of Covid deaths - LATEST UPDATES

Boris Johnson has received its first AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine vaccine as UK rollout hits record high.

The Prime Minister said he “felt nothing” as he paid tribute to the “wonderful” nurse who administered the vaccine at St Thomas’ Hospital.

It followed a warning that the delay in the deployment of the AstraZeneca vaccine in some European countries could lead to an increase of “thousands” of deaths from coronaviruses.

Peter Openshaw, professor of experimental medicine at Imperial College London, told Times Radio that the decision to suspend the use of the Oxford jab in some European countries and the “uncertainty” caused by the decision would increase the number. of Covid-19 deaths of “thousands”.

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Boris Johnson receives first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine – Video

Boris Johnson receives first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine


Boris Johnson gets vaccinated – In pictures

Photos of the Prime Minister receiving his vaccine have been released

Mr Johnson received his shot tonight
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A nurse named Lily gave him the shot
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Boris Johnson receives first AstraZeneca vaccine

Boris Johnson received his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
He said he had been hit by a “wonderful” nurse named Lily.
Coming out of the hospital, he said, “I literally didn’t feel anything. It was very good, very fast. I cannot recommend it highly enough.

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Sinitta says she feels ‘relieved’ after receiving coronavirus vaccine

Sinitta said she felt “relieved” to have received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
The singer, 52, said she initially inherited some concerns about the blow from her mother, who turned down the opportunity to receive it.
However, after making an effort to learn more about the vaccine, she said she was happy she decided to get it.
“I’m really proud of myself and feel relieved to have taken this step,” she told the PA News Agency.
“We all need the vaccine, regardless of race, whether we are even illegal immigrants, whether we are registered with the GP or not,” she added.
“Everyone needs the vaccine because that’s how we’re going to move on with our lives again.”

Sinitta (left) tries to convince her mother Miquel Brown (right) to get the Covid-19 vaccine
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Ireland to take back AstraZeneca stunt for over 18 years

Ireland’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization has recommended that roll-out of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine resume across the country for all people aged 18 and over.

The parade for color will not take place this year

Buckingham Palace has said Trooping the Color for the Queen’s official birthday parade will not take place in its traditional form in central London this year and that options for an alternative parade in the Windsor Castle Quadrangle are being considered.


Glastonbury organizer Emily Eavis has announced that she plans to host a concert at Worthy Farm in September

The Glastonbury organizer said she hoped to host a concert at the festival site in September.
It was announced in January that the festival had been canceled for a second year in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Emily Eavis said in an Instagram post that a request had been made to host a concert at Worthy Farm.
“For those asking for an update on our plans later this year, we applied for a license for a farm gig in September (around the time we usually did the Pilton Party),” she writes.
“Of course, we don’t know yet if we’ll be able to do that, but we wanted to bring the app in for a chance.
“It’s unlikely we’ll have any news for a few months, but we’ll let you know here when we do.”

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74 people have died in NHS hospitals in England with Covid-19

Another 74 people who tested positive for the coronavirus have died in hospital in England, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths reported in hospitals to 85,659, NHS England said on Friday.
The patients were between 39 and 96 years old and all but one, aged 78, had known underlying health problems.
The deaths occurred between January 5 and March 18, with the majority being on or after March 11.
There have been 23 other deaths reported without a positive Covid-19 test result.

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