Boris Johnson is seeking the vaccination of more than 13 million people by mid-February
“We have our target set,” tweeted the vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi on Monday. Minutes earlier, Boris Johnson had tasked the NHS with delivering 13.9 million Covid vaccines by mid-February, requiring the administration of around 2 million doses a day. “It is achievable,” said Prof Nilay Shah, the head of Imperial College London’s chemical engineering department, “but everything needs to go right every single day.”
Here are some of the key issues in the biggest immunisation programme Britain has ever embarked on.
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