Superdrug vaccine rollout: Five stores given go ahead for Covid jab – full list

Superdrug set to roll out coronavirus vaccines across UK

As England is in national lockdown to help curb the spread of coronavirus, vaccinations are another arsenal in the toolkit to fight this deadly disease. Here are the latest details about it all.

Superdrug says it will need two consultation rooms at each location, including a portable pharmacy outside, reported the BBC.

The high street store is looking to deliver 1,000 vaccines a week at Broadmead site in Bristol to help the government achieve it’s ambitious vaccination goal.

Out of the two vaccines currently in circulation in England – the Oxford/AstraZeneca and Pfzifer/BioNTech – it’s the former that is going to be adminstered by Superdrug pharmacies. 

Thus far, 1.3 million Brits have already received either the Pfizer or Oxford jab, according The Sun. 

The government aims to vaccinate more than 13 million people by mid-February in the hopes of relaxing the rules and returning to normal life. 

When Prime Minsiter Boris Johnson addressed the nation on Monday, January 4, he plunged England into a new national lockdown – supported in law – from Wednesday, January 6.

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