Almost no one announced that Biden (Joe Biden) announced the vaccination of people aged 16 and over in the United States, in a sense GermanyAs of June 2021, the vaccine against COVID-19 will be available to all people over 18 years of age.
The announcement is made by German Chancellor Angela Merkel (Angela Merkel), He explained that the vaccination has already been carried out in June (now the deadline), and the vaccination will be open to all people over 18 years old, although the process will not be carried out immediately. During the COVID-19 pandemic this summer, Germany must face some details.
Germany will vaccinate people over 18 years old from June
In these sections, there is a discussion about why the German government has slowed the speed of vaccination. Priority population -As in other countries, medical staff and the elderly are priority groups.
In this case, Angela Merkel stated that vaccination of non-priority groups will start no later than June. however, This does not mean that the dose is used immediately.
Before that, people will have to register on the platform (as in Mexico) and must wait for the government’s call. Moreover, according to Angela Merkel, the advancement of vaccination depends on the arrival and supply of the dose. Therefore, in order to keep people from despairing, The principal sent this message cautiously.
It should be mentioned here that Merkel’s announcement is also in Berlin Vaccine SummitThe authorities analyzed the progress of the vaccination campaign-there is good news there, because significant progress has been made.
“We have enough vaccines”: The United States opens up vaccination for people over 16 years old
on Lift restrictionsThe government said that this measure is still uncertain, but the Germans are expected to do well.
Just as context, there are some information that can help us measure the progress of the vaccination day at the international level:
according to German portal Statista As of April 6, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Chile, the United Kingdom and the United States are the most advanced of the five countries Use dosage per 100,000 inhabitants.
It is followed by Bahrain, Serbia, Hungary, Qatar, Morocco, Turkey, Spain, Italy, France and Germany.