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Coronavirus: Sir Simon Stevens interview and GVs; ENGLAND: London: Royal Free Hospital: INT Sir Simon Stevens (NHS Chief Executive) interview SOT Q: What is significance of tomorrow? Sir Simon Stevens (NHS Chief Executive) SOT - This is the biggest vaccination campaign in our history, building on previous campaigns against other diseases. So hospitals and then GPS and pharmacists - as more doses become available - will be vaccinating until next spring. So in the mean time we have to be very careful. but if we do that then we will look back on tomorrow as one of the great turning points in the battle against Coronavirus. Q: How will it be organised? Stevens SOT - The first people to be vaccinated tomorrow will be the elderly and the care workers, and that will be followed by GPS and Pharmacists. And we think that there's every chance that all the at risk groups identified by government will be vaccinated as well. Q: And vulnerable NHS staff? Stevens SOT - We want to make sure that all of the vaccine is used and very quickly so if there are available slots then they can be used by other NHS staff but the priority are the over 80s and care home residents and care home staff. So tomorrow as we kick off this campaign, they will be first in line. Q: Safe to bring care home workers into hospitals? Stevens SOT - Hospitals hubs such as the one we are sitting in here are set up to provide appointments for the over eighties. Then GPS and Pharmacists will be able to allocate the vaccine to other risk groups in their area. Q: What about care home residents? Stevens SOT - So first will be the hospital vaccinations, then GPS and pharmacists. I am confident we will be able to offer vaccinations in care homes well before Christmas. Q: Can that be rolled out at scale? Stevens SOT - Tomorrow marks the beginning of the biggest in our history... It will takes some months for it to reach all of the most vulnerable. If we are careful in ...
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