From: Jon Musgrave:
Prof Christina Pagel, director of UCL’s Clinical Operational Research Unit blamed poor organisation. “In the week to 3 October, we vaccinated 70,000 children (2.4%) in England. In the three days from 1-3 October, we gave 470,000 booster doses. This is an organisational issue, not a supply issue. Scotland has already vaccinated 30% of its 12- to 15-year olds compared to our 9%.
So a leading health professional is stating that the Scottish NHS and government is more than 3 times as efficient as their English counterparts.
I wonder why the BBC Scotland website isn’t trumpeting this?