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maggiebee | 16:25 Sat 05th Dec 2020 | News
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From Nicola Sturgeon today:

Some positive news - initial supplies of the Covid vaccine have now arrived safely in Scotland and are being stored securely. The first vaccinations are on track to be administered on Tuesday.

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You'd better not get yours before ours.
good news indeed. now where's ours.
saying that surely they should go across the country as a whole. To those most in need
It is indeed good news Maggie
Excellent, a real ray of hope.
Good news Maggie .
as i said i thought that they would go to NHS workers, those over 80, staff in care homes, and residents in care homes, or so the news reports have stated.
What makes you think the vaccine is not going to that section of people emmie ?
perhaps if we had a link that might help clarify matters, perhaps they will be shipped across the country from Scotland.
Emmie, where would you like them to have been delivered to ?
emmie will you stop moaning or you will knock me off the top spot. :0) You never go out anyway so you're not in danger.
To whereever they are needed most i guess. thanks for the link Mamy,.
Emmie, with all due respect you should go ‘ take a nap’, and revisit this thread when you are awake ,.
Mr Google is great.

Scotland are prioritising those most in need just as other Countries are.
im perfectly awake thank you.
Then I suggest you reread the post . Hopefully everyone in the world who is most at risk will receive the vaccine ASAP.
Absolutely! More than happy to wait my turn.
Brilliant News for Brighton & Hove.

https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/18921656.covid-vaccination-council-confirm-use-brighton-centre/
3,000 a day 7 days a week.
The priority order is:

Residents in care homes for older adults and their carers
Everyone aged 80 and over and frontline health and social care workers
Residents aged 75 and over
Residents aged 70 and over and the clinically extremely vulnerable
Residents aged 65 and over
Residents aged 16-64 with underlying health conditions
Residents aged 60 and over
Residents aged 55 and over
Residents aged 50 and over






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