Coronavirus vaccination in Harrow very soon

injectionFormal emails to Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group surgeries, currently recruiting staff and volunteers to deliver vaccination, indicate that the vaccination would start in a matter of days, latest in 2-3 weeks.
As on 27 November, Harrow has 14,739 corona infection cases and 520 deaths. The first group to get vaccination are 50 plus.
It looks that by the end of March 2021, all people/eligible people in Harrow will be vaccinated.
When two doses per head, two or minimum one week apart, are administered, immunity kicks in from 28 days.
Harrow is likely to use Pfizer vaccine (good choice) injected at three locations, Harrow leisure centre, another hall in Cannon Park and one in South Harrow.
This vaccine is to be kept in ultra-low-temperature freezers, which are commercially available and can extend shelf life for up to six months or in the refrigeration units that are commonly available in hospitals. The vaccine can be stored for five days at refrigerated 2-8°C conditions.
New York based Pfizer have not released any samples of written materials provided to patients, so it is unclear what, if any, instructions patients could be given regarding the use of medicines to treat side effects following vaccination.
Another vaccine, quickly developed and much cheaper, is the one by Oxford University and AstraZeneca, which can be stored at room temperature. This is a genetically modified common cold virus that used to infect chimpanzees and therefore favoured by Boris Johnson. Politics of coronavirus continues!