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Matt Hancock 'proud' of vaccine rollout

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Matt Hancock 'proud' of vaccine rollout

Matt Hancock 'proud' of vaccine rollout

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says he is "proud" of the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine which has seen 2.3 million people receive their first dose.

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