Nadhim Zhawi, now education secretary, announced the plan as 10 million people in the UK received a booster shot of the Covid vaccine.
A minister suggested that booster jabs could possibly be distributed every year as part of a program to combat new Covid variants.
Nadhim Zahawi is the education secretary. He revealed that people were being given a booster shot to reach 10 million.
Sajid Javid, Health Secretary, hailed this milestone as “a great achievement.” “phenomenal achievement”He urged them to do the same. “play their part”To help you get through winter.
He stated: “If we all come together and play our part, we can get through this challenging winter, avoid a return to restrictions, and enjoy Christmas.”
According to government statistics, more than 400,000 people got their booster jabs on Saturday.
Talk Silver Screen BeatMr Zahawi stated that an annual booster program was in the works.
He told the publication: “Ultimately our plan, we will, I hope be the first major economy to transition from pandemic to endemic and have an annual vaccination programme.”
Downing Street insiders said that ministers had not yet begun planning for an annual jabs programme. However, they would continue to review all data in light of the decline in immunity.
Reports indicate that any measures won’t be implemented until next winter.
The outlet was also informed by Mr Zahawi that there was no need to give the jab to under-11s.
He suggested that face coverings could be used in communal areas for school students if they wanted to stay in class.
He said: “It’s inconvenient but a small price to pay to keep schools open. We absolutely do not want to close them.”
Recent Covid statistics show that UK cases are at their lowest point in five week but have continued to soar with 30,305 cases on Sunday.
Covid-19 infection rates in England are at their highest level ever, raising questions about the country’s response.
According to the Office for National Statistics, around one in fifty people living in private homes in England had Covid-19 during the week ending October 30, the same as the previous week.
More than 50 million Covid vaccine first shots have been given to date. 45 million second shots and 10 million third shots, also known as ‘booster jabs’, have been administered.