Medical personnel with covid vaccination distribution experience may begin forming teams that will advocate for vaccinations in particular areas of the UK with low vaccination rates.
On Sunday, a Cabinet Minister told the Daily Mail that this plan was recently being discussed between the Department of Health and Social Care, officials from 10 Downing Street, and the National Health Service of England (NHS).
This plan seeks to convince as many people as possible to get the vaccine and will especially target citizens in rural areas.
The Minister informant, who is anonymous, said, “I think anything that encourages the vaccine-hesitant is sensible. The mood in the country is hardening against people who refuse to be vaccinated. I am all in favour of free choice but there comes a point when you cannot lock up 90% of the country who are vaccinated for the 10% who refuse to be.”
According to BBC, 90% of individuals over the age of 12 have received a single dosage of the vaccine and 82% have received two doses.
NHS national medical director Professor Stephen Powis said this on COVID vaccinations: “The evidence is clear. One or two jabs can help but they do not provide the protection we all need against Omicron. So if you are eligible for a Covid vaccination but haven’t had one there is no time to lose, you need to get boosted now.”
He added, “It’s the best way to protect yourself, your family and your friends so my message to the stragglers is clear: Don’t delay any longer come forward and sort your jab now.”
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