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Ten more vaccination centres open on Monday.Ten more vaccination centres open on Monday.

Where are England's COVID mass vaccination hubs?

The UK government's target of vaccinating two million people a week against coronavirus appears to be on track as more than 324,000 doses were administered in...The UK government's target of vaccinating two million people a week against coronavirus appears to be on track as more than 324,000 doses were administered in...

UK on track for two million jabs a week | The Inverell Times | Inverell, NSW

COVID vaccinations are now taking place in the UK, so can you take paracetamol after having the coronavirus vaccine?COVID vaccinations are now taking place in the UK, so can you take paracetamol after having the coronavirus vaccine?

Can you take paracetamol after having the Covid vaccine? | Express.co.uk

In a major milestone for the vaccination programme, letters will start being sent to those in England aged over 70 and people classed as 'clinically extremely vulnerable'.In a major milestone for the vaccination programme, letters will start being sent to those in England aged over 70 and people classed as 'clinically extremely vulnerable'.

Letters inviting patients to book Covid-19 jab will be sent out to FIVE MILLION Britons from Monday | Daily Mail Online

Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi has said vaccine supply “remains challenging”Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi has said vaccine supply “remains challenging”

Five million more people now eligible for vaccine jab - Hull Live

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From when all adults will be offered their first dose of the vaccine, to when restrictions will start to be lifted - dates to look out for From when all adults will be offered their first dose of the vaccine, to when restrictions will start to be lifted - dates to look out for

When will I get the vaccine and when will lockdown end? The key dates you need to know - Chronicle Live

A calendar of what to expect and when during the pandemic over the next 12 monthsA calendar of what to expect and when during the pandemic over the next 12 months

Coronavirus: All the key lockdown and vaccine dates and deadlines for 2021 - Manchester Evening News

NHS chief executive Simon Stevens said 24-hour appointments would roll out in a 'test' - but it's not clear how widespread it will be, or whether it'll just be for NHS staff NHS chief executive Simon Stevens said 24-hour appointments would roll out in a 'test' - but it's not clear how widespread it will be, or whether it'll just be for NHS staff

NHS to trial 24-hour vaccinations at some hospitals in the next 10 days - Mirror Online

The figures speak for themselves - and serve as a stark reminder of the struggle our nation’s health service faces.The figures speak for themselves - and serve as a stark reminder of the struggle our nation’s health service faces.

Why Leeds must pull together and protect loved ones amid vaccination race - Laura Collins, YEP Editor | Yorkshire Evening Post

The rapid expansion of Covid jabs to the over-70s and clinically extremely vulnerable could see an end to the toughest lockdown measures by March, the vaccines minister has said.The rapid expansion of Covid jabs to the over-70s and clinically extremely vulnerable could see an end to the toughest lockdown measures by March, the vaccines minister has said.

Rapid vaccine rollout could see lockdown start to be lifted in March, minister says - LBC

But Sir Simon Stevens says the health service has never been in a more precarious situation.But Sir Simon Stevens says the health service has never been in a more precarious situation.

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The United Kingdom has been witnessing a surge in Covid-19 cases following the emergence of highly transmissible variants of Sars-CoV-2.The United Kingdom has been witnessing a surge in Covid-19 cases following the emergence of highly transmissible variants of Sars-CoV-2.

1 Covid-19 patient getting admitted to hospital every 30 seconds: NHS chief | Hindustan Times

The NHS is at its most precarious period ever as a coronavirus patient is admitted to hospital every 30 seconds, the head of the health service has said.Sir Simon Stevens, NHS England’s chiefThe NHS is at its most precarious period ever as a coronavirus patient is admitted to hospital every 30 seconds, the head of the health service has said.Sir Simon Stevens, NHS England’s chief

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Mass vaccine drive enters new phase this week with clinically extremely vulnerable people and over-70s sent invitationsMass vaccine drive enters new phase this week with clinically extremely vulnerable people and over-70s sent invitations

Boris Johnson hails new 'milestone' in vaccination race as 5.6 million more invited to get jabs

Exactly when you could get a vaccine, and when lockdown measures could be liftedExactly when you could get a vaccine, and when lockdown measures could be lifted

All the key lockdown and vaccine dates between now and December - Cheshire Live

A patient  is being admitted to hospital with coronavirus “every 30 seconds”, the NHS England chief executive has said.A patient  is being admitted to hospital with coronavirus “every 30 seconds”, the NHS England chief executive has said.

Health chief says every 30 seconds someone admitted to hospital with coronavirus | Evening Standard

Speech by Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock at the Downing Street coronavirus briefing.Speech by Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock at the Downing Street coronavirus briefing.

In England as a whole, 2.3 million doses have been given outIn England as a whole, 2.3 million doses have been given out

Essex Covid: How many people in the East of England have had the vaccine? - Essex Live

The state-funded health service leading the UK's "biggest" vaccination programme in history also confirmed more than 1 million people aged 80 or over have been invited to book a coronavirus jab at a Vaccination Centre.The state-funded health service leading the UK's "biggest" vaccination programme in history also confirmed more than 1 million people aged 80 or over have been invited to book a coronavirus jab at a Vaccination Centre.

10 new mass vaccination centres to open up across UK - The Economic Times

Boris Johnson hails 'significant milestone' as vaccine offered to millions more peopleBoris Johnson hails 'significant milestone' as vaccine offered to millions more people

Coronavirus vaccine: Over-70s to get jab as government ramps up vaccination programme

Blackburn Cathedral, which opens on Monday, is the first of several larger vaccination sites to open in Lancashire - with more to be announced in the coming weeksBlackburn Cathedral, which opens on Monday, is the first of several larger vaccination sites to open in Lancashire - with more to be announced in the coming weeks

Inside Lancashire's cathedral Covid hub which can vaccinate 'at least 1,700 a day' - LancsLive

When decisions will be made on lockdown measures and key dates for the vaccine programmeWhen decisions will be made on lockdown measures and key dates for the vaccine programme

Key dates between now and December for coronavirus lockdown rules and vaccine rollout - Teesside Live

Matt Hancock said: “Now that more than half of all over-80s have had their jab, we can begin vaccinating the next most vulnerable groups.”Matt Hancock said: “Now that more than half of all over-80s have had their jab, we can begin vaccinating the next most vulnerable groups.”

Over-70s and clinically vulnerable to be invited for Covid jabs from this week | East Lothian Courier

Ten further mass vaccination centres are due to open in England this week with more than a million over-80s invited to receive their coronavirus jab.Ten further mass vaccination centres are due to open in England this week with more than a million over-80s invited to receive their coronavirus jab.

A million over-80s offered Covid jab as more mass vaccination centres open | The Northern Echo

The Government has confirmed that Islanders aged 70 and over, as well as the clinically vulnerable, will start receiving their COVID-19 vaccination invitations from this week. With over 3.8 million people in the country already vaccinated, including over half of all 80s, the next stage of the vaccination programme now comes into play with the vaccine opened up to another 2 priority groups. There are around 25,000 people living on the Isle of Wight over the age of 70 and many of these will have already been vaccinated as around 10,000 are aged 80 and over. Nationally, 4.6 million over 70s are now going to be invited to have their jab, alongside around 1 million clinically vulnerable. Those classed as clinically vulnerable include organ transplant recipients and people with certain types of cancer. It's hoped all over 70s will be vaccinated by mid-February, allowing restrictions to be eased into March. If successful, it means 88% of those most at risk of dying from COVID-19 will be protected, significantly reducing the death rate and the pressure on the NHS. Over 300,000 vaccines a day are currently being administered nationally. It’s unknown how many Islanders have received their first vaccine dose as official figures are yet to be released on a local level. However, it is thought to now potentially be in excess of 15,000, including a large number of NHS and health care staff. As reported by Island Echo this morning, it is currently hoped that all over 18s will be vaccinated by September, paving the way for a normal return to school for children for the start of the new academic year and almost certainly securing a normal Christmas this year.

ISLAND'S OVER 70S TO BEGIN RECEIVING COVID VACCINE INVITATIONS THIS WEEK - Island Echo - 24hr news, 7 days a week across the Isle of Wight

The news comes as the government aims to offer all adults in the UK the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by September.The news comes as the government aims to offer all adults in the UK the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by September.

COVID-19: Vaccine to be offered to over-70s this week as more mass vaccination centres open | UK News | Sky News

The rollout of the coronavirus vaccine will play a big part in easing restrictionsThe rollout of the coronavirus vaccine will play a big part in easing restrictions

Date UK lockdown will end predicted by government minister - Liverpool Echo

Hospitals are filling up with new Covid-19 patients every day by “lunchtime” as people are infected with the virus at a staggering rate, the Chief Executive of NHS England Simon Stevens has said.Hospitals are filling up with new Covid-19 patients every day by “lunchtime” as people are infected with the virus at a staggering rate, the Chief Executive of NHS England Simon Stevens has said.

‘Every 30 seconds’ new Covid-19 patient admitted to hospital in England – NHS chief — RT UK News

MILLIONS of people aged 70 and over and those clinically extremely vulnerable to Covid-19 will be invited to get their vaccinations from today… MILLIONS of people aged 70 and over and those clinically extremely vulnerable to Covid-19 will be invited to get their vaccinations from today…

Covid-19 vaccines rolled out to millions aged 70 and over | Bradford Telegraph and Argus

The NHS in England is vaccinating at a rate of “140 jabs a minute”. The NHS in England is vaccinating at a rate of “140 jabs a minute”.

Lockdown will be lifted between spring and summer, says NHS chief - Cambridgeshire Live

Boris Johnson announced a lockdown earlier this month and confirmed it would be reviewed in February before a move down into tiersBoris Johnson announced a lockdown earlier this month and confirmed it would be reviewed in February before a move down into tiers

Four lockdown dates in January and February 2021 and how each impacts you - Birmingham Live

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"Since Christmas Day we’ve seen another 15,000 increase in the in-patients in hospitals across England, that’s the equivalent of filling 30 hospitals full of coronavirus patients.""Since Christmas Day we’ve seen another 15,000 increase in the in-patients in hospitals across England, that’s the equivalent of filling 30 hospitals full of coronavirus patients."

New patient admitted to hospital with Covid every 30 seconds - Wales Online

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Coronavirus news – live: Latest updates as four million now vaccinated in UK | The Independent

Health bosses have confirmed hospitals will push vaccines out around the clock, administering up to 140 jabs per minute. Health bosses have confirmed hospitals will push vaccines out around the clock, administering up to 140 jabs per minute.

NHS to start 24-hour Covid vaccine trial over next 10 days - Daily Record

Here's everything you need to know about getting a jab. Here's everything you need to know about getting a jab.

Covid vaccine for over 70s: How do I book an appointment and where are the vaccination hubs? | ITV News

People over 70 are the next age group to be offered the vaccine following the over-80sPeople over 70 are the next age group to be offered the vaccine following the over-80s

How will I be invited for the Covid vaccine? Over-70s to be offered the Covid vaccine from today - HertsLive

The head of the NHS has warned hospitals and staff are facing "extreme pressure" as the cases and deaths due to coronavirus continue to mount across EnglandThe head of the NHS has warned hospitals and staff are facing "extreme pressure" as the cases and deaths due to coronavirus continue to mount across England

New Covid patients arriving in hospitals every 30 seconds as NHS faces crisis - Daily Star

This week millions more people will start to be offered a coronavirus vaccine across the country.This week millions more people will start to be offered a coronavirus vaccine across the country.

When will I get the Covid vaccine? How do I book my appointment? | Echo

MILLIONS of people aged 70 and over and those clinically extremely vulnerable to Covid-19 will be invited to get their vaccinations from today… MILLIONS of people aged 70 and over and those clinically extremely vulnerable to Covid-19 will be invited to get their vaccinations from today…

Covid vaccine rolled out to people aged 70 and over from today | York Press

They will join the seven existing large-scale centres to offer vaccinesThey will join the seven existing large-scale centres to offer vaccines

One million over-80s to be offered Covid jab as ten mass vaccination centres to open next week in England - Plymouth Live

No one should go on holiday abroad or in the UK while the NHS is on the “cusp” due to the coronavirus pandemic, the foreign secretary, Dominic Raab has said. His remarks came as Sir Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, said someone is being admitted to hospital with coronavirus "every 30 seconds". Meanwhile, ministers are urging the public to “play their part” as the government is on track to reach its target of vaccinating two million...

Coronavirus news – live: Travel warning as new rules come in and Covid patient admitted ‘every 30 seconds’