A total of 16 vaccination centres are now up and running across Devon. This includes the Riviera Centre and Dawlish Community Hospital in Torquay. They are now serving multiple patients from over 100 GP practices.
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Just read an interesting scientific report regarding the American vaccine that requires two injections. If having the first jab you MUST have the second within 21 days. So the government are saying that due to demand the second jab may take upto 12 weeks before being called up. This makes the whole process a complete waste of time and money as the time delay exceeding the 21days means the first jab becomes ineffective and the second cannot be guaranteed to offer protection and has not been tested under these circumstances of extended delay between injections.
Well done to Dawlish Hospital, really well organised for the vaccinations yesterday.