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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledges COVID-19 vaccine campaign will run 24/7

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledges COVID-19 vaccine campaign will run 24/7

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledges COVID-19 vaccine campaign will run 24/7

The push to inoculate millions quickly comes as a more contagious variant of COVID-19 is sweeping across Britain and driving hospitals to their breaking points.


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