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The challenge for politicians is to ensure that people trust the vaccines enough to come forward and be immunised.The challenge for politicians is to ensure that people trust the vaccines enough to come forward and be immunised.

Vaccine approval work will continue for years, regulator says.Vaccine approval work will continue for years, regulator says.

Vaccine approval imminent, but advice likely to be 'tweaked' in coming months | The Canberra Times | Canberra, ACT

A leading adviser to the federal government says it is likely Australia will push ahead with vaccinating elderly people with the Pfizer vaccine despite reports recipients had died in Norway.A leading adviser to the federal government says it is likely Australia will push ahead with vaccinating elderly people with the Pfizer vaccine despite reports recipients had died in Norway.

Dominic Raab today said the Government is hoping to be able to begin lifting coronavirus lockdown rules in March as he suggested England will then be moved back into tiered system.Dominic Raab today said the Government is hoping to be able to begin lifting coronavirus lockdown rules in March as he suggested England will then be moved back into tiered system.

Dominic Raab says national lockdown could start to be eased in March | Daily Mail Online

NICOLA STURGEON has scrambled to recruit the British Army's support amid a growing backlash over the SNP administrations' rollout of the coronavirus vaccine.NICOLA STURGEON has scrambled to recruit the British Army's support amid a growing backlash over the SNP administrations' rollout of the coronavirus vaccine.

Nicola Sturgeon news: SNP leader shamed over vaccine failure amid last-minute army request | Politics | News | Express.co.uk

The soldiers, mainly from the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards based at Leuchars, have been organised into 11 vaccination centre set-up teams.The soldiers, mainly from the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards based at Leuchars, have been organised into 11 vaccination centre set-up teams.

British Army establishing 80 new vaccine centres in Scotland amid concern English rollout is faster

The UK government plans to offer a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine to every adult by September as the nation...

Coronavirus UK: Government aims to give first COVID-19 shot to all adults by September

The NHS said it is vaccinating at a rate of 140 jabs per minute.The NHS said it is vaccinating at a rate of 140 jabs per minute.

Poll: Will every adult be offered a vaccine by September?

Our View: Joe Biden promises 100 million vaccinations in 100 days. But it will mean broadening standards, potentially sidestepping CDC guidelines.Our View: Joe Biden promises 100 million vaccinations in 100 days. But it will mean broadening standards, potentially sidestepping CDC guidelines.

Save COVID-19 vaccine rollout: Inject speed, simplicity, flexibility

Britain's government hopes to ease some lockdown restrictions in March as it presses ahead with Europe's fastest rollout of Covid-19 vaccines, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday.Britain's government hopes to ease some lockdown restrictions in March as it presses ahead with Europe's fastest rollout of Covid-19 vaccines, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday.

UK hopes to ease some lockdown restrictions in March — MercoPress

LONDON: Britain’s government hopes it can meet its target for rolling out COVID-19 vaccines and be able to consider easing lockdown restrictions by March, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday. The country, which has Europe’s highest COVID-19 death toll, has been under a national lockdown since Jan. 5, when schools were closed for most pupils, non-essential businessesLONDON: Britain’s government hopes it can meet its target for rolling out COVID-19 vaccines and be able to consider easing lockdown restrictions by March, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on

UK hopes to be able to consider lockdown easing in March | Arab News

It's also been announced that the government is aiming to give all adults their first dose of the vaccine by September It's also been announced that the government is aiming to give all adults their first dose of the vaccine by September

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As scientists identify more and more potentially worrying variants of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, US President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. announced hiAs scientists identify more and more potentially worrying variants of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, US President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. announced hi

New UK covid stats lower despite variant, vaccine rolled out

Police have branded some of the rule breaches "selfish" and "irresponsible" while the UK is in lockdown.Police have branded some of the rule breaches "selfish" and "irresponsible" while the UK is in lockdown.

COVID-19: Partygoers claimed they had not heard of the pandemic - as police reveal breaches over the weekend | UK News | Sky News

The UK government hopes it will be able to consider easing anti-coronavirus restrictions by March, Foreign Minister Dominic Raab has said. The lockdown will not be lifted “in one big bang,” however, but will be eased gradually.The UK government hopes it will be able to consider easing anti-coronavirus restrictions by March, Foreign Minister Dominic Raab has said. The lockdown will not be lifted “in one big bang,” however, but will be eased gradually.

UK hopes to begin easing Covid-19 lockdown by March, foreign minister says — RT UK News

The first patients in priority groups receive their jabs at Castle Quarter in Norwich on Monday.The first patients in priority groups receive their jabs at Castle Quarter in Norwich on Monday.

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The vaccine rollout is finally picking up, but those who are eligible may not know how to use the sites to sign up.If you know someone who's eligible for the vaccine but needs a hand navigating the convoluted sites to sign up, here's how to help.

A guide to helping boomers sign up for the COVID vaccine

Experts note that mRNA research has been around for 30 years. Its success in COVID-19 vaccines may lead to breakthroughs in flu, HIV vaccinations.Experts note that mRNA research has been around for 30 years. Its success in COVID-19 vaccines may lead to breakthroughs in flu, HIV vaccinations.

COVID-19 Vaccine mRNA Technique Future Use

Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose COVID-19 vaccine is in phase 3 clinical trials, but early data is promising. Here’s how it works and what’s known about efficacy.It’s still in phase 3 clinical trials, but the early data is promising, experts say.

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine - What Experts Know So Far

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The possibility of a one-dose vaccine may give it an edge over rivals.The possibility of a one-dose vaccine may give it an edge over rivals.

Should You Buy Johnson & Johnson For Its COVID Vaccine? | The Motley Fool

"I think it is fair to say it won’t be a big bang, if you like, it will be done phased, possibly back through the tiered approach""I think it is fair to say it won’t be a big bang, if you like, it will be done phased, possibly back through the tiered approach"

England could return to tier restrictions in March, says minister - Plymouth Live

Experts say US must bolster teams administering COVID-19 vaccines and raise public awareness to tackle surging pandemic.Experts say US must bolster teams administering COVID-19 vaccines and raise public awareness to tackle surging pandemic.

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Number of care home workers declining vaccine has fallen but sector leaders seek legal advice over refusals.

Care home leaders seek legal clarification over workers' jabs - Personnel Today

Foreign minister Dominic Raab says British officials may end up 'phasing through a regional tiered approach' Foreign minister Dominic Raab says British officials may end up 'phasing through a regional tiered approach'

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Retford care home residents and staff take 'step back to normality' with first vaccine dose - Lincolnshire Live

Rollout of the covid vaccines has been stepped up in the Anglia region after two new hubs opened in Norwich and Wickford in Essex. Rollout of the covid vaccines has been stepped up in the Anglia region after two new hubs opened in Norwich and Wickford in Essex.

Mass vaccination centres open in Norwich and Wickford | Anglia | ITV News

The technology used in COVID-19 vaccines may also be used to prevent many viral infections and treat cancer and multiple sclerosis.The technology used in COVID-19 vaccines may also be used to prevent many viral infections and treat cancer and multiple sclerosis.

Scientists Are Working on mRNA Vaccines for HIV, Flu, Cancer and More - POZ

Over-70s will begin receiving invitations for coronavirus jabs this weekOver-70s will begin receiving invitations for coronavirus jabs this week

Uber offering free rides to Epsom Downs Racecourse mass vaccination centre - Surrey Live

The prime minister has called on everyone to get the jab when it is their turnThe prime minister has called on everyone to get the jab when it is their turn

Up to a fifth of staff at some UK care homes decline Covid-19 vaccine, figures show

21% of staff and 2.7% of residents offered the vaccine had chosen not to take it up 21% of staff and 2.7% of residents offered the vaccine had chosen not to take it up

Up to fifth of care home staff are refusing to have vaccine - Wales Online

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Britain aims to vaccinate the oldest age groups, clinically vulnerable and front-line workers by mid-February.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -Britain aims to vaccinate the oldest age groups, clinically vulnerable and front-line workers by mid-February.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Britain hopes to ease lockdown from March: Minister, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Everyone over the age of 18 could be offered their first dose by early Autumn

Every adult in UK to be offered coronavirus vaccine by September, says Foreign Secretary | National

Up to a fifth of staff in some care home groups have refused a coronavirus vaccine when offered, with suggestions that younger workers are more… Up to a fifth of staff in some care home groups have refused a coronavirus vaccine when offered, with suggestions that younger workers are more…

Care home staff 'refusing vaccine' shock | Bradford Telegraph and Argus

While the majority of care home staff who have been offered the jab are getting vaccinated, data shows between 5% and 21% have declined - with younger workers more likely to be resistant While the majority of care home staff who have been offered the jab are getting vaccinated, data shows between 5% and 21% have declined - with younger workers more likely to be resistant

Up to a fifth of care home staff have refused life-saving coronavirus vaccine - Mirror Online

Stanley Park Care Home was believed to be one of the worst hit by the virus in EnglandStanley Park Care Home was believed to be one of the worst hit by the virus in England

Staff and residents at Covid-hit County Durham care home that lost 17 residents receive vaccine - Chronicle Live

Dominic Raab said the relaxing of England's lockdown 'won't be done in one big bang' and the decision to do so will be decided by March.Dominic Raab said the relaxing of rules 'won't be done in one big bang'.

Lifting Covid lockdown could be decided by March | Metro News

Care workers avoiding the coronavirus vaccine due to antivaxxer conspiracy theories may be putting residents at risk.Care workers avoiding the coronavirus vaccine due to antivaxxer conspiracy theories may be putting residents at risk.

Covid-19: Care workers 'avoid vaccine over anti-vax theories' | Glasgow Times

Britain’s government hopes to ease some lockdown restrictions in March as it presses ahead with Europe’s fastest rollout of covid vaccines, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday.Britain’s government hopes to ease some lockdown restrictions in March as it presses ahead with Europe’s fastest rollout of covid vaccines, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday.

Britain hopes to relax by March

SCOTLAND’s chief medical officer has warned that “misinformation” over Covid vaccines is one “of the biggest dangers” Scotland faces. SCOTLAND’s chief medical officer has warned that “misinformation” over Covid vaccines is one “of the biggest dangers” Scotland faces. 

Covid: Gregor Smith warns vaccine misinformation is among 'biggest dangers' Scotland faces | The National

Mail Opinion is stunned Scotland's army of civil servants and NHS staff weren't used to act as a 'consultant' for vaccine instead of corporate accountancy firm KPMG. Mail Opinion is stunned Scotland's army of civil servants and NHS staff weren't used to act as a 'consultant' for vaccine instead of corporate accountancy firm KPMG.

It beggars belief that Scots health chiefs don’t trust themselves with the logistics of rolling out the Covid-19 vaccine - Mail Opinion - Daily Record

Scotland's health service has awarded a £2m contract to KPMG for Covid vaccine support.Scotland's health service has awarded a £2m contract to KPMG for Covid vaccine support.

Covid Scotland: Vaccine support contract awarded to KPMG | HeraldScotland

Defence secretary Ben Wallace confirmed the deployment of 98 soldiers over the next 28 days.Defence secretary Ben Wallace confirmed the deployment of 98 soldiers over the next 28 days.

Army to set up 80 coronavirus vaccine sites in Scotland – STV News