15 March 2020
"Boris Johnson’s determination to “go it alone”, free of EU regulation, after Brexit means the UK will probably have to join other non-EU countries in a queue to acquire the vaccine after EU member states have had it, and on less-favourable terms" pic.twitter.com/9KZviO5S5D
— Covid One Year Ago (@YearCovid) March 15, 2021
In reality, as the BBC reported last week, “The UK government aims to offer a first vaccine dose to about 32 million people in nine priority groups by 15 April.”
Also one year ago today: Stereophonics heavily criticized for not cancelling their gig in Cardiff.
h/t Ed Driscoll