UK approves Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine for use 1

UK approves Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine for use


The United Kingdom has become the first Western nation to approve a Covid-19 vaccine, a landmark moment in the coronavirus pandemic that paves the way for the first doses to be rolled out across the country. CNN’s Rosemary Church speaks to virologist Muhammad Munir about the news.

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  1. I expect the vaccines to be distributed in the United States after 20th Jan coz our Current President just cares about lawsuits rather than the American people

    1. @NPC Non Binary Demigender Pansexual Two Spirit So glad the evil monster has fooled you. It makes me feel good to know I’ve never been “suggestible”. Trump is evil.

    1. @Popel Grüner The “German” you CAPITALIZED is the same one I’m referring to Sweetie. Lol. Pfizer funded a German couple to develop it. UK just passed it thru earlier…that’s it. Please do your research.

    2. @Shay Micah the firm got initial founding by German government of 16 million € and an additional founding of 375 million€ for the vaccine. It is a German firm, Pfizer is only a partner, not the owner. Pfizer is in for distribution.

    3. @Shay Micah nope, Pfizer didn’t fund anything. Tell me what they founded… 😉 They got initial founding by German government. They have Pfizer as a partner not as an owner.

    4. @Popel Grüner Jesus! Like I already said…it was a collaboration. Without Pfizer working with BioNtech and without Berlin money and the German developers..nothing would happen. So sorry…you can’t take complete responsibility. Plus…who are you? Lol. Nobody. You didn’t do anything. Glad your proud for something you had nothing to do with.

    5. @Matthew Williams UK receives it first because they want it to test it on you,they use UK citizens as a lab rats

    1. @Carolina Lone Wolf I have a friend that died from take 10 weeds. Deadly stuff and now legal. I’m staying away from everything the government wants us to have!

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    Just wait until you hear some tell you that COVID vaccines cause 5G.

    1. @Dane Edwards i was pointing out that the 2 things you claimed were conspiracies, actually weren’t.

    2. @Christine Venner It was sophisticated sarcasm to highlight what you already stated previously. That we are waiting for empirical evidence to formulate a reasonable opinion on whether the 5G issue is substantiated or not. We’ve had 50 years plus to dispel mid-century commercials that had doctors endorsing the tobacco industry and about that much in the prenatal thalidomide disaster

    3. @Dane Edwards thalidomide was withdrawn from prescription for morning sickness in the UK in 1968
      The accusations started long before that.
      Cigarettes were known to cause cancer as early as the 1940s but because of how much power the cigarette companies had, it took longer to try and regulate them.
      The science was there when the massive increase in Cancer cases hit in the 40s and 50s.
      I was pointing out that these 2 subjects you quoted were never a conspiracy the way the 5G story is.
      There has always been a health issue if a mobile antenna is erected too close to a residential area, which is why they don’t put them right next to houses now.
      But the conspiracy that 5G will rewrite your DNA is just that, a conspiracy.

    4. @Christine Venner It’s true the science was there. Problem was it wasn’t declassified until decades later. Got to be honest with you I’m having a hard time understanding why the pushback on the 5G issue. The original poster didn’t say anything about it rewriting your DNA. For clarity I am agreeing with you. But there is enough sworn testimony before the Senate to vet out what the sensational claims are against the science. Like you I’m just waiting for more information to make a reasonable opinion on the matter.

    1. @silverpairaducks Gatekeepers to whom? This is internal communication within a company, they can have whatever opinions and policies they want; or do you want 1984’s thought police to be implemented?

  3. Thank god the uploaded video’s volume is the one that’s low. I thought my hearing is off. Now I’ll try and figure out what’s with my taste and smell.

    1. @SE Slutt You really feel it necessary to post this exact same statement on everyone’s post? She looks fine. Deal with it! There are way more important things to worry about in life.

    1. @Chad SimmonsSo it’s your contention that a selfish society is a good society, that it’s every man for himself, that others must fail so you may feel successful? Walking on the bones of the less able makes you feel good about yourself? For your information the government has no money it distributes all monies collected from the citizens to make their lives better. I prefer to give a man a hand up than a hand out. Perhaps you can enlighten us ( as you denigrate Affordable care) why countries like the UK regardless of a right or left wing government see their National Health Service as one of the greatest treasures? You may also be able to inform us why they have a longer living, healthier with much better health outcomes much cheaper prescription drugs than the USA, all while costing half per capita of Americas current cost of healthcare?

    2. @MichaelYou are correct it is paid for by the citizens
      it will however be free at point of service to who ever needs it and not who can afford it
      Ps its actually not a tax its an insurance thats why its called National Insurance.

    3. @Rob K I help those in need, but what’s mine. Do the(rich) communist leaders share their house with homeless people? I think you know that answer.

    4. @Chad Simmons what on earth do rich communists have to do with anything? Who asked yo to share your home? I asked you about healthcare and you deflect and write about “what’s yours ” no one suggested that you give away anything, I also asked what was so bad about giving another American a hand up? You seem to have your mind made up about what America is, I’m talking about what it could be if you had an open mind.

    1. @The Alley Talk I’m with you on that one we live in a really good country it’s just a shame about the weather lol

    2. @bngr bngr we all pay taxes for us all to benefit from things like this when we need it most. America pay attention

    3. @ bngr bngr I am on a low income- pay no tax. I had an operation in 2014 costing £30k – I paid nothing. I also get all medications free + free dentist. All NHS, UK

    4. Danny are you paying for business that have closed and have had to let go of employees. Our Congress is a disaster.

    5. @bngr bngr I now live and work permanently in the UK, factoring in insurance I paid in the states my overall deduction is roughly the same or perhaps even slightly less. The health service in the UK is a different world. I am on immunotherapy (long term) costing just over $12,000 a month, could you imagine a US insurance putting up with that for long? I feel safer here, I am looked after by amazing NHS doctors and nurses in a modern, well run hospital. No bills, no financial stress, no co-pay, no paperwork, no arguments, I just see a doctor, get treated, I’m fed well, looked after in modern facilities, and I just walk out, without paying a cent. The UK people have a huge sense of pride in the NHS, from my experience here that is wholeheartedly understandable.

  4. Finally they call it Biontech in the US also! Pfizer only does the US distribution. It was developed in Mainz Germany. Thank you from Germany

    1. @Deborah Freedman Yeah after it was researched and developed in German laboratories with German taxpayer money. You’re welcome US and UK.

    2. @Toyota Camry It’s a German vaccine. It’s not about the name of the German firm that researched and developed the vaccine (Thanks to BionTech in Mainz), it is about publicly recognizing that it is NOT A US VACCINE.

    3. Just like it was Germany who finally, after centuries of progress, put a man on the moon. (Wernher von Braun designed Saturn 5). The company was NASA. Paid for by USA.

    4. @Popel Grüner
      The world is always thankful to America first for stopping Germany many years ago, it’s the least Germany could do

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