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Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Coronavirus: Vaccination (23 Sep 2021)

George Freeman: ...ensure the UK is prepared to respond to current and emerging COVID-19 variants as quickly as possible. However, current data suggests that all deployed COVID-19 vaccines in the UK - AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Moderna - offer protection against the prevalent virus variants currently circulating in the UK, and recent data indicates that the Pfizer vaccine remains effective against Beta...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Coronavirus (23 Sep 2021)

Robin Walker: Children aged 12 to 15 in England will now be offered one dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, following advice from the four UK Chief Medical Officers. Vaccinating children should help to reduce the need for pupils to have time off school and reduce the risk of spread of COVID-19 within schools. When a child is not well enough to not attend their school or college, as usual this may...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Coronavirus: Vaccination (22 Sep 2021)

George Freeman: The UK government has secured early access to 332 million vaccines doses through supply agreements with five separate vaccine developers. This includes agreements with:Pfizer/BioNTech for 135​ million dosesUniversity of Oxford/AstraZeneca for 100 million dosesModerna for 17 million dosesNovavax for 60 million dosesJanssen for 20 million doses Of these, Pfizer/BioNTech, University of...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Coronavirus: Vaccination (22 Sep 2021)

George Freeman: The UK government has secured early access to 332 million vaccines doses through supply agreements with five separate vaccine developers. This includes agreements with:Pfizer/BioNTech for 135​ million dosesUniversity of Oxford/AstraZeneca for 100 million dosesModerna for 17 million dosesNovavax for 60 million dosesJanssen for 20 million doses. We have not purchased any next-generation...

Covid-19: Vaccination of Children — [Dame Angela Eagle in the Chair] (21 Sep 2021)

Maggie Throup: ..., 230,000 hospitalisations and more than 24 million infections. They have built a vast wall of defence for the British people. Earlier this year, our medicines regulator, the MHRA, approved the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for 12 to 17-year-olds. The MHRA authorisation decision confirmed that vaccines are safe and effective for this age group. On this decision, the Joint Committee on...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Coronavirus: Vaccination (16 Sep 2021)

Paul Scully: ...as well as support other countries’ domestic campaigns. The recent sharing of 4 million doses with Australia is a good example of this. The UK procured approximately 0.5 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine through COVAX, which were delivered earlier this year. These doses helped the NHS deliver our vaccination programme as quickly as possible. No further doses have been received by the...

Covid-19 - Statements (15 Sep 2021)

...infections. They have built a vast wall of defence for the British people. Earlier this year, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency approved the Covid-19 vaccines supplied by Pfizer and Moderna for 12 to 17 year-olds. It confirmed that both vaccines are safe and effective for this age group. Following that decision, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation...

Covid-19 Update (14 Sep 2021)

Luke Evans: I have a clarification and a request. On the clarification, I welcome the boosters, but could the Secretary of State clarify whether people who have had the AstraZeneca or the Pfizer will be having the same vaccine or mixing vaccines? On the request, one of the slowest things when it comes to dealing with the Pfizer vaccination is the 15-minutes that people have to wait to see that they do...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health and Social Care: Covid-19 Update (14 Sep 2021)

Nadhim Zahawi: ...6 months ago. Therefore, it would be appropriate for the booster vaccine programme to begin in September 2021, as soon as is operationally practicable. JCVI advises a preference for the Pfizer vaccine to be offered as the third booster dose irrespective of which product was used in the primary schedule. There is good evidence that the Pfizer vaccine is well tolerated as a third dose and...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health and Social Care: COVID-19 Vaccine Update (14 Sep 2021)

Nadhim Zahawi: ...’s Government (HMG) has decided, based on advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) and further advice from the UK Chief Medical Officers (CMOs), that a first dose of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine should be offered to all children and young people aged 12-15. This is the remaining group not already eligible for vaccination under earlier JCVI advice on...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (14 Sep 2021)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...to all 12 to 15-year-olds is justified. Taking that broader view of the benefits and risks of vaccination, the CMOs are recommending that 12 to 15-year-olds should be offered one dose of the Pfizer vaccine, and that advice has been broadly endorsed by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. I am very grateful to all four chief medical officers for assessing the evidence on the...

Covid-19 Vaccinations: 12 to 15-year-olds (13 Sep 2021)

Jon Ashworth: ...vaccination teams who go to schools directly and vaccinate. Will that model be used in this case, or will children instead be asked to go to the vaccine hubs run by primary care because it is the Pfizer vaccine? Will it be the responsibility of the parents to arrange their child’s vaccination, or will the local NHS arrange it with schools, year group by year group, or class by class?...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (13 Sep 2021)

Richard Fuller: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, pursuant to the Answer of 30 July 2021 to Question 31551, when UK residents vaccinated against covid-19 while overseas with a (a) Pfizer, (b) Oxford-AstraZeneca and (c) Moderna vaccine are able to be certified as vaccinated by the UK.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Coronavirus: Vaccination (13 Sep 2021)

Nadhim Zahawi: ...doses with Australia is a good example of this. I refer the Hon. Member to the answer I gave her on 3rd March 2021 to Question 157070: the UK procured approximately 0.5 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine through COVAX, which were delivered earlier this year. These doses helped the NHS deliver our vaccination programme as quickly as possible. No further doses have been received by the UK...

Covid-19: Vaccinations and Global Public Health - Motion to Take Note (9 Sep 2021)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...the taking of vaccines from COVAX for UK use. As well as being one of the largest donors to COVAX, the UK was one of the earliest. That is pertinent here, because the UK opted into procuring the Pfizer vaccine through COVAX at a time when that was the only vaccine demonstrated to be effective and approved by the UK regulator. COVAX subsequently decided, after consulting those...

Covid-19 Update - Statement (9 Sep 2021)

Baroness Brinton: ...can have difficult consequences for those not vaccinated, or those who are clinically extremely vulnerable. The noble Baroness, Lady Thornton, referred to the mu variant. If it is true that the Pfizer vaccination is ineffective in holding it back, that is serious and we may need to think about mitigations again sooner rather than later. The Statement explains the partial changes on policy...

Covid-19: Immunology Research — [Dr Rupa Huq in the Chair] (9 Sep 2021)

Nadhim Zahawi: ...of vaccines for the future. As well as VMIC, we are planning for all scenarios in the fight against covid and its variants. Some of the recent analysis supports our understanding that both the Pfizer BioNTech and AstraZeneca vaccines currently being deployed in the UK appear to work well against the current dominant variants of covid, and continuing to administer those vaccines at scale...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Travel: Coronavirus (9 Sep 2021)

Lloyd Russell-Moyle: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether a person who receives the first dose of the Pfizer covid-19 vaccine in England and the second dose in the United States will be regarded as fully vaccinated for the purpose of entry requirements in the UK.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (8 Sep 2021)

Charles Walker: ...and Social Care, whether his Department plans to provide similar guidance to the temporary clinical authorisation granted by the Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine on 2 December 2020, to the MHRA in regards to the fast-tracking of nasal covid-19 vaccines; and if he will make a statement.

Covid-19 Update (6 Sep 2021)

Nadhim Zahawi: ...observing those panels and is very much in the room, as far as that is concerned. It is also worth reminding the House that the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency has looked at the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and has approved both vaccines as safe and eligible to be administered to 12 to 15-year-olds. It is not worth our pre-empting the report of the chief medical officers...


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