Two million vaccine doses present in inventory: Dr Faisal

Theatre producer Sir Howard Panter in the newly refurbished Trafalgar Theatre

Less than 15% of those going into hospital have had two doses of the vaccine and one-fifth have had one dose.

More than 15 months since the first confirmed death due to COVID-19 in the USA, the coronavirus pandemic has claimed more than 600,000 lives across the country.

When pharmaceutical companies tested coronavirus vaccines in clinical trials past year, they specifically excluded people who were taking immunosuppressive drugs due to potential risks.

South Korea reported 545 new infections by midnight on Tuesday, for a tally of 149,191 cases, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency said, with a death toll of 1,993.

"This is the first death where causality has been established, with vaccine resulting in an anaphylaxis reaction". "We don't know if you need the same off-the-charts level of antibodies that people with normal immune systems have". In the borough of Hackney, in east London, for example, just 67% of care home workers have had their first dose and 59% have gotten two shots. It was the highest local daily total since June 3, when 35 cases were found, and comes as officials try to contain a cluster that emerged last weekend in a shopping mall and food center.

Coronavirus: 271 new cases confirmed in Ireland
However, of the almost 3.7 million doses of vaccine that have been administered, less than 346,000 are second doses. In all, there are 2,102 active cases of the novel coronavirus across B.C., the lowest number since November 17.

The AEFI report also stated that vaccine product-related reactions are expected reactions that can be attributed to vaccination based on current scientific evidence.

"Unclassifiable events are events which have been investigated but there is not enough evidence for assigning a diagnosis due to missing crucial information".

"Overall, the benefits of vaccination are overwhelmingly greater than the small risk of harm", the health ministry said.

Some 84% of staff in care homes for older adults in England have had at least one dose of vaccine, and nearly 69% have had both shots, according to NHS data.

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