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More than 50 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been administered in the UK, with over a quarter of adults having received both doses.
As of 2 May, health services across the UK administered a total of 50,089,549 million vaccines, including 34 million people with their first dose and 15 million with their second.
Data from Public Health England’s real-world study shows the vaccines are already having a significant impact in the UK, reducing hospitalisations and saving more than 10,000 lives in England alone by the end of March.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: “Now we’ve delivered the 50 millionth jab, and 29.4 per cent of the adult population have had the strongest possible protection of two doses, we have hit yet another incredible milestone in our vaccination programme.
“The vaccine is our way out of this pandemic and the rollout had been a huge national effort. I want to pay tribute to the heroic NHS staff and volunteers who have worked tirelessly to deliver vaccines in every corner of the United Kingdom at a phenomenal pace. We are on track to offer a jab to all adults by the end of July but our work is not over yet. We are now inviting everyone over 40 to get their jab. I had mine last week - it’s simple and easy and I encourage everyone else who is eligible to get the jab.”
An additional 60 million doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine have been secured by the UK government to help support preparations for the booster vaccination programme from the autumn, if clinically needed.
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