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U.K. first country to approve Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine



Pfizer and BioNTech say they’ve won permission for emergency use of their COVID-19 vaccine in the United Kingdom. British media reports suggest vaccinations for medical workers could start as early as next week. 

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22 Comments

  1. The US has gone from warp speed to slow motion. Go on and start sticking people. NOW.

  2. Covid-21 is to come.
    The third lockdown is
    planned for next year.

  3. The MHRA, the U.K. regulator is the biggest in Europe and well respected internationally.

  4. Two of the most untrustworthy organisations on the planet pushing this politicians and the so called mainstream media you decide

  5. The entire royal family gets it first. Administered publicly and by a qualified and impartial third party. Call it a gesture of good faith.

  6. You need the 2nd dose in case you survive the 1st one.

    That's a hard NO from me. Anyone wants mine is more than welcome to it.

  7. Anything and everything to save the economy and restore confidence in the archaic systems of government.

  8. Until recently EU medical approval was done in the UK; the EU insisted on moving it out.

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