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Boris Johnson says AstraZeneca decision will not affect road map out of lockdown

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Boris Johnson says AstraZeneca decision will not affect road map out of lockdown

Boris Johnson says AstraZeneca decision will not affect road map out of lockdown

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the changes in the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine would not force a change in the road map out of lockdown.


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Woman under 30 one of first in England to get Moderna jab [Video]

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European Medicines Agency issues post-vax adverse-event alert for medics

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