UK News The AstraZeneca vaccine now represents less than 0.5% of the first daily injections
Covid jabs plunge to under half their peak of 844,000 a day
Boris Johnson delayed Freedom Day from June 21 to July 19 to give the NHS time to protect Britons from the Indian, or Delta, variant. But the UK administered just 368,555 vaccine doses on Monday.The Covid vaccine rollout has now slowed to under half its peak speed despite Boris Johnson stressing the urgent need to jab as many people as possible to free Britain from lockdown.
For several weeks, the AstraZeneca vaccine has been less and less used in the vaccination campaign in France. From now on, this vaccine represents less than 0.5% of the first doses administered each day.
The delay, the defiance, the age limit ... More and more doses ofvaccine remain today in the fridge. The AstraZeneca vaccine represents only 0.3% of the first doses injected daily, according to the latest data from . Yet this share was 50% at the beginning of March. Currently, barely 2,000 people receive their first dose of anti-Covid vaccine with AstraZeneca.
Britain's Covid cases rise by 90% after 6,048 are recorded
Department of Health bosses posted another 6,048 positive tests today, compared to 3,165 last Tuesday. Another 13 deaths were also posted by Health chiefs.Infections surged from 3,165 last week continuing an upwards trend. The last time the UK recorded such a jump was on December 22, when cases had almost doubled to 36,000 from the same day the previous week.
As of 6 June, France received more than 9.5 million doses of Astrazeneca and some 5.5 million from them already administered to date. A rate of use of 58%, compared to about 90% for the Pfizer / Biontech or Moderna vaccine.
Here's the share of each vaccine in the first doses injected each day:
Since the beginning of the campaign until today, Pfizer / Biontech still occupies a majority place in daily injections, with a share of 89%.
The atmosphere is stretched between the European Union and the AstraZeneca pharmaceutical giant. For the moment, there is no contract renewal for deliveries after June.. The judgment will be rendered within a month.
What to do unused doses?
So where are nearly 4 million doses unused? A part is in stock in fridges for the second injections. Another option to dispose of these doses would be to deliver some of the countries less developed via the COVAX device, an initiative aimed at ensuring equitable access to CVIV-19 vaccination in 200 countries.
The Ministry of the Economy announced May 25 unlock up to 1.5 million doses AstraZeneca to contribute to this device, by the end of this month of June, against 500,000 previously planned.
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