Web Desk. The British government on Monday launched a new campaign to urge people under the age of 50 to be vaccinated following a successful vaccination drive.
According to the French news agency AFP, the British Minister of Health Matt Hancock has said that the message of ‘every vaccination gives us hope’ will be conveyed through TV, radio, social media, and billboard campaigns.
It will be a reflection of the efforts made by workers and volunteers for vaccination. Private and public organizations such as the Royal Mail Public Post will also be part of the campaign, which will put a special postmark on the mail between May 5 and May 7.
The campaign will be launched after the British government meets its deadline for providing the first vaccine to people over the age of 50 by mid-April.
Two-thirds of the adult population, about 34 million people will now be provided with the first dose of vaccine, which officials vow to make available to all adults by August.
The UK is initially one of the most affected countries in Europe by the coronavirus, with 4.4 million cases and about 128,000 deaths. The UK’s fastest vaccination campaign has saved 10,000 lives between December and March.