An expert in medical equipment has poured cold water on plans to open vaccination centres in closed hospitality venues.
Dominic Cadwallader is general manager of medical equipment test company JPen Medical and made his remarks in an interview with The Telegraph.
He said hospitality venues were “not set up for storing medical products such as vaccines and may have been unused for several months before they are turned on once again”.
He added that a fast roll-out across venues risked “undoing the fantastic work that has been done to create these vaccines so quickly”.
This week we reported on Hogs Back Brewery offering its Hop Hangar (pictured) for service, in the wake of a similar plan launched by BrewDog.