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2.6 million jabs given to 2.3 million people - but UK told vaccine 'not a free pass' to ignore rules

Sky News Monday, 11 January 2021 ()
More than 2.6 million coronavirus vaccine doses have been given to almost 2.3 million people, the health secretary has said, as an NHS boss warned the jab is "not a free pass" to ignore national guidance.
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Boris Johnson has warned that tougher lockdown measures may be needed as heannounced that around 2.4 million vaccines for Covid-19 have now been put inpeople’s arms. The Prime Minister stressed that “now is the moment for maximumvigilance” amid increasing calls for tougher lockdown...

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