Posted August 12, 2018 06:29:47By David SmithThe number of coronaviruses globally is now at an all-time high, with more than 9,500 new cases reported each day.

But the UK has one of the best-known vaccine programs in the world, and Windsor Jewellers is one of only a handful of private retailers in the country that has offered a fully-vaccinated coronaviral vaccine for sale.

The company’s chief executive, John O’Connor, told TechRadars staff on Wednesday that it was “really difficult” to know how many of its customers would have to receive the vaccine, but that it had a “truly excellent” vaccination plan in place.

O’Connor said: “Our plan is to make the vaccine available in the UK in the next two to three months.”

“We’re still working out how many people will have to have the vaccine and how many will need to be vaccinated in order to meet the demand,” he said.

OtterBox, another major online retailer, announced it would also offer a fully vaccinated vaccine on Wednesday, but it has yet to make a decision.

Windsor Jewelers has the most successful vaccination strategy in the whole of the UK.

The firm said it had offered the vaccine to about 1,500 people in the past year, and the number of confirmed cases has dropped to less than 100 per day.

Ogden, which is the only other local jewelery in the area that offers the vaccine at retail, has about 800 people and plans to vaccinate another 5,000.

“I think there is still a lot of uncertainty about what the future will hold, especially with the number and the severity of the coronivirus and the way we respond to it,” said O’Brien.

“We do have some very good people in our company and I think that we will have some good customers in the future.”

The Crown Coronavirus Vaccine initiative has been designed to provide all UK residents with the vaccine as soon as possible, but O’Reilly said there were still a few hurdles to clear before the plan was rolled out.

He said:”The first step is to get the first dose of the vaccine into the hands of as many people as possible as quickly as possible and that is what we’re doing right now.”

Secondly, we need to do the second step, which I would say is about a week after the first shot.

“This is when we’ll have a better idea of what the efficacy is of the vaccination, but also to make sure we’re getting the right people to get vaccinated.”

A coronavivirus vaccine is administered by a nurse, at Windsor Jewelers, in Windsor, England, on October 7, 2018.

Source: Supplied/Windsorsjewelers/Twitter/Handout via ReutersThe Crown coronaviscovirus vaccine initiative is designed to give all UK citizens with the coronovirus vaccination as soon at all times, with the company hoping to provide the vaccine within two weeks.

It is the most aggressive vaccination program in the EU, with other retailers such as Marks and Spencer also offering a fully vaccinated vaccine.

O-Reilly said: “”We’re in a really good position in the market.

We’re really well positioned.

We have about 900 staff in the store and the staff we have is about the same size of our business.””

We have been vaccinating in this market for the last two or three years, and I don’t think anybody is going to see a coronavillirus vaccine that’s more than three or four weeks out.

“People are really happy about the vaccine.”

The vaccine is designed for adults aged 18 and over, and is administered in three doses: a shot, a double-dose and a triple-dose.

O’-Reilly said he hoped to have “a vaccine out in two weeks” and the plan to offer a double dose “by the end of October”.

“I’m hoping by the end [of] the year we’ll be able to offer triple doses,” he added.

The coronavidesc virus is a type of virus that can cause the flu, and has killed about 1.6 million people globally since it was first identified in 1947.