Several countries have set their own priorities for when they should distribute the COVID 19 vaccine, with the United States setting a priority of the elderly and vulnerable populations. In addition, the Italian government has set a number of criteria for vaccination, such as requiring a vaccine to be available within six months. Among these are military personnel and health workers. Meanwhile, the CDC identifies the over-65s as a priority population for the COVID 19 vaccine.
Despite these concerns, the UK has been one of the most aggressive countries to order Covid 19 vaccine, and it has already ordered enough doses to cover a third of the country’s population. The UK is expected to have 800,000 doses in its first batch next week, while Germany and Indonesia are both taking more careful approaches. Nevertheless, the UK has already identified nursing home residents as the first priority group for the COVID 19 vaccine, and the US is targeting a mix of elderly and healthcare workers.
Israel is another country to be watched closely, as its health-care system is digitised and its government is centralized. In early negotiations with vaccine manufacturers, Israel was willing to pay more than other countries, and this led to the approval of a new vaccine that will save lives. Because of Israel’s ability to collect reliable data, the government was interested in the vaccine. The Israeli government provides weekly updates on its immunisation program, as well as demographic and epidemiological data.
The UK is one of the first Western countries to grant emergency use authorization for the COVID 19 vaccine. The vaccination will be given to nursing home residents and health care workers as soon as the government is ready to distribute it. The government plans to issue coupons to senior citizens as well as those younger than 18. In addition to the US, Canada has secured more than 2 billion doses of the vaccine. The US has a mix of health-care workers and nursing home residents for its first supply.
In December, Kuwait became the first Western country to give emergency use authorization to the Covid 19 vaccine. The vaccination campaign began on December 24 in the UAE, where the vaccine was rolled out the following day. Earlier in December, Switzerland started its campaign on December 30, and a nurse named Sarah Lim was the first to be immunised. In the Philippines, the COVID 19 Vaccine was approved the same day in November.
While the world has approved the vaccine, there are still a few countries that have yet to get the vaccine. The United Arab Emirates has already begun vaccination. It will be the first country to have the COVID-19 vaccine. In July, Peru and the United Arab Emirates will also have it. The United Arab Emirates is the largest market for the COVID19 Virus. The two-day approval will be given by the UAE.
The US and the UK are the first Western countries to receive the vaccine. The vaccine will be available to nursing homes next week in the UK, where it has been given emergency use authorization. The EU and the US will follow in October. The UK is expected to have its first supply next week. However, the US has taken a more deliberate approach to procuring the vaccine. It has yet to receive a full clearance from the FDA.
The vaccine is currently under review by the WHO. Upon approval, it will be given emergency use in the next few days. The number of doses will be determined by the availability of supplies and manufacturing capacity in the US. The first stage of the roll-out will include more than a million doses. The vaccine was approved on August 13. The FDA and the WHO have made this vaccine available.
The rapid development of the COVID-19 vaccine is a remarkable accomplishment. In the United Kingdom, it will be available for nursing homes and nursing home residents. The EU will likely also prioritize the elderly and those in hospitals. The UK has not yet released a timeline, but the US has set a date for the first supplies. The European Commission is also investing several hundred million euros in the project.