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Vaccine rollout: history shows us that it's always a bit shambolic

By Agnes Arnold-Forster, Research Fellow, History of Medicine and Healthcare, University of Bristol
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“The scientists have done it,” said the UK prime minister, Boris Johnson in December 2020, hailing the development of the new COVID-19 vaccine. Johnson insisted that this success brought “sure and certain knowledge” that people would soon be able to reclaim their lives. But since this optimistic declaration, the COVID vaccine rollout has been beset by challenges.

British GPs were quick to call the process a “shambles”,…

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