Oxford-AstraZeneca Q&A: How effective is the Covid-19 vaccine, and how is it different to Pfizer?

The coronavirus vaccine rollout is in full flight in the UK.

A total of 30,680,948 people have now received a first dose of the vaccine as of Mar 29, while 3,838,010 have had their second jab - this means around 57 per cent of all UK adults have now had at least one jab, while 6 per cent have had their second.

The number of first doses administered each day had been steadily climbing since December - reaching more than 400,000 a day mid-February.

Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, said on Mar 28: I’m absolutely thrilled that more than 30 million people have now had the jab across the UK - including 650,000 vaccinations delivered yesterday.

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