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Vaccine programme still ‘on track’ after new AZ jab advice
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Matt Hancock: 'More than enough' Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to offer to under-30s
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Govt refuses to confirm when foreign holidays can resume - as traffic light system unveiledThe government has refused to confirm whether foreign holidays will be permitted from 17 May - and where Britons will be able to travel without self-isolating on..
More than six million Britons fully vaccinated against coronavirusMore than six million people in the UK are now fully vaccinated against COVID, while nearly 32 million have had their first dose.
Britons aged 18-29 to be offered alternative to Oxford jabBritons aged 18-29 will be offered an alternative to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine where available, government advisors have decided.
Unpaid carer becomes first Briton to receive Moderna vaccine
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