LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will be ready to immunise people against COVID-19 as fast as pharmaceutical companies can deliver supplies of a vaccine once it has been approved, England’s deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam said on Wednesday.
“We will not use anything until the MHRA (drugs regulator) has made its adjudication on safety and effectiveness,” he said. “Do I think we will then move at pace to keep up with the volumes that are supplied to us? Yes I absolutely do.”
Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge and Paul Sandle, editing by Estelle Shirbon
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