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Covid: Vaccine given to 15 million in UK as PM hails 'extraordinary feat'

More than 15 million people in the UK have now had their first coronavirus vaccine, in what Boris Johnson described as a 'significant milestone'. The PM hailed the 'extraordinary feat', reached just over two months after the first jab was given on 8 December. It comes as the government is expected to announce on Monday it has met its pledge to offer a jab to everyone in the top four priority groups in the UK. The rollout is now being expanded to over-65s and the clinically vulnerable. In a video, Mr Johnson praised a 'truly national, UK-wide effort', adding that in England the jab had been offered to all those in the top four priority groups. Wales has also met the target.

BBC News - February 14, 2021

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