Focusing on a world where an effective COVID-19 vaccine is developed, Waugh Thistleton Architects proposes its concept of mobile vaccination centers, combining efficiency and cost-effectiveness. The firm proposes the use of 6,500 shipping containers, delivered by trucks, as a way to ensure the entire population of the United Kingdom is vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. The estimated completion of this, should the concept be deployed, is 12 to 16 weeks.
Each mobile vaccination unit will need two nurses and one administrator to work on rotation, "allowing for one day of travel and replenishment between different locations." This mode of delivery will enable the population to easily gain access to the vaccine, without having to occupy any additional spaces or local resources.
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