UK's Johnson says still too early to rely on COVID-19 vaccine

英国约翰逊称依赖新冠肺炎疫苗还为时过早

2020/11/10 01:20  Reuters

LONDON, Nov 9 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britain was ready to roll out a mass COVID-19 vaccination programme but it was too early to rely on a vaccine as a solution to the coronavirus pandemic.

"I must stress that these are very, very early days, and we&aposve talked for a long time, right about the distant bugle of the scientific cavalry coming over the brow of the hill," Johnson told a media conference after Pfizer said its experimental COVID-19 vaccine was more than 90% effective.

"I can tell you that tonight that today that toot, that bugle is louder, but it&aposs still some way off. We absolutely cannot rely on this news, as a solution."

伦敦,11月9日(路透社)-英国首相鲍里斯·约翰逊表示,英国准备推出大规模新冠肺炎疫苗接种计划,但现在依靠疫苗来解决冠状病毒大流行还为时过早。

在辉瑞公司表示其新冠肺炎试验性疫苗有效率超过90%后,约翰逊在媒体发布会上表示:“我必须强调,现在还为时尚早,我们谈了很长时间,一直在谈论远处科学骑兵的号角响起的问题。”

“我可以告诉你,今天晚上,喇叭的声音更大了,但是还有一段路要走。我们绝对不能依靠这个消息来解决问题。”

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