The United Kingdom has become the first country to approve the use of the Oxford University and AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine, which will be rolled out on January 4 and is cheaper than most rivals.

CNN’s Brooke Baldwin and Phil Black reported on the news on Wednesday, noting that this vaccine, unlike Pfizer’s, does not need to be kept at an ultra-low temperature, making both storage and distribution easier.

“You can get it to people with a lot less hassle, and so, roll it out more widely,” Black said. “That’s the idea.”

The British government is set to follow a new vaccination strategy, which will now prioritize giving the first dose, in a series of two, to as many people as possible before
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