Vaccine Ranking Has Been Determined in England Queen Elizabeth in the Second Priority Group

A study was conducted on who will be given priority in the coronavirus vaccine if it is ready to be applied in the UK. As per the regulation, the Royal Family was not given any priority. In fact, Queen Elizabeth II was included in the second priority group, including those aged 80 and over.


Vaccine ranking has been determined in England Queen Elizabeth in the second priority group


While the coronavirus nightmare continues all over the world, another issue as important as the vaccine is the distribution and priority order of the vaccine. One of the countries that lists vaccine priority is the UK, which is in the grip of the second wave. According to vaccine planning in the country, the political hierarchy will not be a priority in distribution.

IN THE SECOND PRIORITY GROUP DUE TO THE QUEEN'S AGE

All members of the British Royal Family, especially Queen Elizabeth II, will not be privileged in the corona vaccine. It is planned that the first priority in vaccination will be given to the residents of nursing homes and the employees there. 94-year-old Queen Elizabeth II is also in the group 80 and over, which includes the second priorities. On the other hand, the Queen has been shown with a mask for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.

THE BRITISH IS CONCERNED THAT THEY CAN ACCESS 

Prince Charles is ranked 4th, Prime Minister Boris Johnson 9th, and Prince William 11th in the priority ranking. On the other hand, the British are afraid that even if the vaccine is found, there will be no dose left for them. There is concern that large companies will receive vaccinations directly from the manufacturer to return their staff to work, and therefore a limit on the number of vaccines.

HIGHEST DAILY DEAD NUMBER OF THE LAST SIX MONTHS REACHED

However, the Ministry of Health assured that no special treatment will be given to anyone, including companies. With the death of 532 people in the last 24 hours in the country where restriction measures were reintroduced, the highest daily death toll in the last 6 months was reached. England ranks 8th in the world with more than 1 million 233 thousand cases.


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