The United Kingdom achieves its vaccination target over the 1950s

The United Kingdom government said that, on Monday, April 12, the United Kingdom had reached its goal of providing at least a first dose of the vaccine against the Coronavirus by mid-April to more than 50 years and for those most at risk or at risk.

The battle against the new Coronavirus pandemic that has killed at least 2,937,355 people has been victorious, according to an AFP report from official sources on Monday at 112.

  • Achieve the UK vaccination target

A patient receives the AstraZeneca vaccine at the YMCA in Romford, East London, on February 3.

In the face of the heaviest health losses than any other country in Western Europe – more than 127,000 dead – the Boris Johnson government embarked on a massive vaccination campaign that managed to maintain the ambitious schedule.

“We have now taken a very important step in our immunization program by offering vaccinations to all of those belonging to nine high-risk groups.” The Prime Minister said in a statement that facing the virus.

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More than 32 million people (for 66 million people) received at least one first dose in the UK, which has maintained its goal of providing at least one first dose to all adults by the end of July despite the problems with the AstraZeneca vaccine.

  • In Romania, three Covid-19 patients have been killed by a meltdown

At a time when hospitals are flooded due to the third wave of the epidemic in Romania, three Covid-19 patients, treated in the intensive care unit in Bucharest, died on Monday evening after the oxygen supply system failed, the authorities announced.

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The fans stopped working due to an excess of oxygen pressure beyond the permissible limit.In a statement, the Romanian Emergency Situations Administration (DSU) clarified, specifying that an investigation had been opened.

The three victims, three women over the age of 60 with a serious health history, died of heart failure despite efforts by health care workers to find an alternative solution. These patients were in a car that had been converted into an intensive care unit in front of a hospital in the Romanian capital.

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“For more than a year, we have been at war against the coronavirus pandemic, and the pressure on hospitals is very great.”Prime Minister Florin Sito during an urgently called-up press conference. Romania has a population of 19 million, and it has passed one million Covid-19 cases this weekend.

The World with Agence France-Presse

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