Does it take the BBC to put a rocket under the Spanish government? In the bowels of Spain’s foreign ministry, if not the tourism, health or interior ministriesNew York-based Pfizer and BioNTech SE of Germany have aske, one imagines that someone is charged with monitoring what the likes of the BBC have to say about Spain. If so, then an alert should duly have been raised.
Media in SpainDr. Brian Conway, medical director o, including the Bulletin, have been highlighting the problem created by Spain’s insistence on double vaccination for British teenagers ever since it was decreedcan operate with up to 200 people.. This is a problem that has not been lost on the British media either.
But once the BBC gets involved, does this provide the real incentive for the government to amend its regulation?