UK provides international students access to COVID-19 vaccine

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[:en]With the COVID-19 vaccine being tested across various places in the UK, the government has come up with a happy promise for its international students. The Department of Health and Social Care announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will be available for international students to secure their safe health.

The vaccine will be rolled out to priority groups initially that’s inclusive of home residents and senior citizens, and will be simultaneously accessible for the international students across the country. Over 40 million doses of the vaccine have been ordered by the government. They believe that it is enough to inoculate up to a third of the population, and the majority of doses anticipated in the first half of next year. Adding on to this pile of good news, the country's universities minister Michelle Donelan has also confirmed that no charges will apply to testing or treatment in relation to Covid-19.


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