The 56-year-old British Prime Minister Boris Johnsan was given the first dose of the vaccine at the Saint Thomas Hospital in London, where he was treated in intensive care after he caught Kovid-19 in April last year.
Speaking to reporters while leaving the hospital, the Prime Minister said, “I literally didn’t feel anything, so it was very good, very series.” said.
Asking everyone invited to get vaccinated, the British Prime Minister said, “The best for you, this is the best for your family and everyone else. Don’t just listen to me, listen to scientists, listen to the European Union Medicines Agency, listen to what the UK Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority says . ” he spoke.
– Deaths are decreasing while vaccine numbers are increasing
In the meantime, while the number of those who received the first dose of vaccine in the UK exceeded 26 million 250 thousand, the decrease in deaths from Kovid-19 continues.
The loss of life in the last 24 hours was 101 with a 36.8 percent decrease compared to last week, while the total number increased to 126 thousand 26. The daily case was recorded as 4 thousand 802.
During the epidemic, the most daily cases in the country were recorded on December 29 with 81 thousand 547, and the most casualties were recorded between 1820 and 20 January.
Vaccination in England started on December 8th.
– Oxford-AstraZeneca controversy
The administration of Oxford-AstraZeneca, one of the first vaccines developed against Kovid-19, was temporarily suspended in some countries on suspicion that it could cause blood clotting, causing vascular occlusion and pulmonary embolism.
The World Health Organization also stated that the benefits of the vaccine are more than the risks, “Its use should continue to save lives.” he made the explanation.
The European Union Medicines Agency and the UK Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Agency also made a similar statement and recommended the use of the vaccine.