Imagine you’re in London and you head to your favorite pub for a Späten. Unfortunately, you find that it’s out of stock. The bar is out of Späten because their shipment is stuck at the border in Dover after being exported from Germany. Most would find this to be a minor annoyance.
Long wait times at ports of entry will leave temperature-controlled
vaccines susceptible to expiration before ever making it into the country for distribution.
According to the UK’s Parliament, the country risks becoming a ‘second tier’ state
for pharmaceutical imports
So, what exactly will happen in October when the UK finally,
officially leaves? Right now – it seems that no one really knows for sure, but
the consequences could be costly.