The Countess of Chester is one of the first trusted institutions in the country to receive the novel coronavirus vaccine.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed that the NHS will start operating Coronavirus vaccination The program is from early next week.

MPs told parliament on Wednesday that the health service is ready to administer vaccinations after news that the UK regulator has approved the Pfizer vaccine A candidate for use.

The NHS has published a list of about 50 consortia that will provide vaccination centers, with Countess of Chester Being one of them.

The list has been published In a sent message By health officials last month.

It states: “All trust funds will need a plan to vaccinate their workforce. Preparations to be made locally will vary:

• For trust funds that are also the NHS Trust Vaccine Hub, your plans should cover how to vaccinate your workforce and how they will support adjacent trust funds to vaccinate their workforce.

“• For all other funds, your plan should cover how to work with your closest center to vaccinate your workforce if needed, and how you can deliver the vaccine within your confidence if that becomes possible. We are continuing to explore all options available to safely deliver the first available vaccine to all Funds “.

Hancock said there would be “three delivery routes” of the vaccine.

He said: “Fifty hospitals have already been established across the country and are waiting to receive the vaccine once it is approved, and this could happen now.

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“Also, vaccination centers, which will be large centers where people can go to be vaccinated. They are being created now.

There will also be a community offering, including GPs and pharmacists.

Now, of course, given the storage conditions for this vaccine -70 ° C, they will be able to support this deployment as they have those facilities.

“ But they will also be there if the AstraZeneca vaccine is approved because that has no cold storage requirements and is therefore operationally easier to apply.

“We are the first country in the world to have a clinically approved vaccine.”

He continued: “So we will start at the beginning of next week this program to vaccinate people against Covid-19 here in this country.

“And as we know from previous announcements, this vaccine is effective. The MHRA has approved it is clinically safe. And we have a vaccine, so it’s very good news.”

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He said he has spoken to the health ministers of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to share the news and plans for the startup.

He added, “The Joint Committee on Vaccinations and Immunization is the clinical committee that advises the government on priority and who gets the vaccine in any order.”

“They will be detailing this priority later this morning, along with the MHRA, who will outline the clinical details behind this vaccine and why they made the decision to approve it.

“It will happen in the middle of the morning so people can see every detail.

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Also, priority setting is determined according to clinical need.

“We have been supporting people who are clinically important to Covid throughout this crisis.”

But he said the vaccine passport “is not part of our plan.”

He said: “While we know this vaccine protects you from Covid infection – we don’t yet know to what extent it prevents you from transmitting Covid until we introduce it on a large scale.”

Of course, we will watch that very carefully.

“Therefore, we will vaccinate according to the protection of the people most in need of protection, according to those at risk of catching COVID.

“So, this is part of the plan. The plan is to publish it, according to the clinical order of priorities that the counselors will set.”

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A complete list of NHS vaccination axes

Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

NHS Fund for University Hospitals of Brighton and Sussex

NHS Foundation Fund for University of Cambridge Hospitals

NHS Foundation Trust for Royal Chesterfield Hospital

Countess from the Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

NHS Fund for Croydon University Hospital

Dartford and Griffsham NHS Trust

NHS Foundation Trust for Dorset County Hospitals

East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust

NHS Foundation Trust for East Kent Hospitals

NHS Foundation Trust in East Suffolk and North Essex (Colchester Hospital)

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NHS Frimley Health Foundation Fund

NHS Foundation Trust for Gloucestershire Hospitals

NHS Great Western Hospital Fund

Guys & St Thomas NHS Trust

The James Paget University Hospitals Foundation NHS Fund

NHS Foundation Fund for Kings College Hospital

Kings College Hospital – Royal Princess University Lancashire Hospital Teaching Fund

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

NHS Partnership Fund from Leicester

University Hospitals of Liverpool NHS Foundation Trust

Medway NHS Foundation Trust Mid and South Essex Hospitals Trust

Milton Keynes University Hospital

University Hospital of Norfolk and Norwich

Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust

North Bristol NHS Trust Trust North West Anglia Foundation Trust

University of Nottingham NHS Trust Hospitals

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Fund

University of Portsmouth Hospital Fund

Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust

The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

The Salford Royal NHS Foundation Fund

The NHS Foundation Trust for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

NHS Foundation Fund for Sherwood Forest Hospitals

Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust

Stockport NHS Foundation Fund

Saint George University Hospitals NHS FT

NHS Foundation Trust for Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals

University College Hospitals Secretariat

University Hospitals of Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Coventry University Hospital and Warwickshire

University Hospitals Derby Burton NHS FT

University of North Midlands NHS Trust Hospitals

University of Plymouth NHS Trust Hospitals

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust

West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Wirral University Teaching Hospital

Acute Worcestershire Hospitals NHS Trust

NHS Foundation Trust for Yeovil County Hospital