UK is falling behind in its aim to make every adult a Covid booster prior to 2021. Britain must now boost 2.1 million people each day to meet the goal.

Boris Johnson promised to dramatically increase the UK’s Covid booster rollingout, to deliver 1million jabs per day to prevent an Omicron wave from sweeping the country and to save it from any further restrictions.

Johnson launched what he called the ‘Omicron Emergency Boost.’ ‘We’ll need to match the NHS’s best vaccination day yet – and then beat it day after day’

The Prime Minister has promised that he would increase the drive beginning December 13th. However, this goal has been consistently missed.

Despite ministers boasting that booster numbers reached a record 900,000 this weekend, which itself is still 100,000 off target, on average 642,735 daily jabs have been delivered since Mr Johnson’s pledge, far below the 1million promised. 

With 28million boosters given as of Saturday’s latest data, 26 million are still awaiting a jab.

To meet the end-of-year deadline, Britain must more than double its booster number to 2.1million per day. This includes Christmas Day and Boxing Day. 

This is because the pool of eligible people for booster shots is shrinking as Covid cases increase rapidly as a result Omicron virus. 

The NHS Covid vaccine guidelines stipulate that anyone who has contracted Covid must wait for 28 days after their first symptoms or positive test before receiving the jab.

People queuing up to get a Covid booster today in Edinburgh, while more and more people are rolling up their sleeves to get their third jab the UK's rollout is still lagging behind the stated goal of 1million jabs a day

People queuing up to get a Covid booster today in Edinburgh, while more and more people are rolling up their sleeves to get their third jab the UK’s rollout is still lagging behind the stated goal of 1million jabs a day

Data shows the Government has continually failed to hit the 1million jabs a day mark, and will now need to more than double it to 2.1million per day if it wants to provide every eligible adult a booster by the New Year.

The Government is not hitting the mark of 1 million jabs per day, according to data. It will need to increase it more than twice to 2.1million daily if it wishes to give every adult an opportunity to get a boost by the new year. 

The Covid isolation period of ten days has been reduced to a week under a new initiative

Ministers are considering slashing the quarantine period for people who test positive for Covid from ten to seven days.

According to Saturday’s Daily Mail report, experts in health, business leaders, and MPs have called for changes. They warned that current regulations could cause serious damage to healthcare and economy.

After developing symptoms, or being confirmed positive for the virus, anyone infected must stay isolated for at least ten days. 

The ‘blunt Tool’ does not account for infectivity and fuels ‘lockdown with stealth’, keeping many people at home.

It is important to keep Covid symptoms and side effects from each other during this 4-week period.  

Also, Omicron is increasing in prevalence and people can’t receive a booster because the 28-day waiting period won’t permit them to be immunized until January.  

The 28-day waiting rule for infection or getting a Covid vaccine means that the last date someone could get Covid was December 3rd.  

According to data from Government, this would mean that 994,926 Covid victims in those years are effectively out of eligibility for boosters.

Although it’s unclear how many have been boosted already, 

Although this information might not include children under 12 years of age who still receive their boosters, or those who already received one, it is likely that the majority of these people are adults older than 20.

A new report by the UK Health Security Authority indicates that 82% of the people who were positive for Covid during December was over 20-years old. It means that around 818,824 adults may not now be eligible for booster. 

According to the latest UK Covid data, approximately 450,000 adult could become ineligible every week for the booster, with 547.606 Omicron cases occurring between December 13-19. 

The number of confirmed cases of Omicron in England increased by 69 per cent on the previous day's total - up 9,427 to 23,168, figures from the UKHSA showed today

According to figures released by the UKHSA, Omicron cases in England rose 69% over the previous day. They went up from 9,427 to 23,168.

Even though half of those who received boosters had been boosted were affected, 48% of adult populations have already received the third dose. However, more than 200 people are still unable to receive a booster in this month.

Sajid Javid is the Health Secretary and these figures were released as a warning to people People who refuse to get vaccinated for Covid because they “take up hospital beds” that could be used by patients in crisis.

Mr. Javid stated that those who have been offered a jab, but declined to accept it, were having a negative impact on the lives of others.

He claimed that 10 percent of the population, which is more than five millions people, still hadn’t had their vaccinations. Nine out of ten of the patients in the greatest need of hospital treatment were not vaccinated.

He spoke on Sunday’s Sky News program Trevor Phillips, and stated that he couldn’t stress enough how much impact they have on society.

They must think seriously about what they’re doing to society.

“But, instead of protecting themselves as well as the community, they chose not to be vaccinated.

“They have really had a detrimental impact, and I cannot stress enough. Please come forward to get vaccinated.