New Covid strains 'very unlikely' to stop UK returning to normal this summer and all adults may get vaccine by JUNE

NEW Covid strains are "very unlikely" to stop the UK from returning to normal this summer – with hopes all adults may get the vaccine by JUNE. The emergence of new variants of the bug have previously forced the UK to go into its third national lockdown after cases continued to rise despite the measures already in place. 🦠 Read

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Britain's Covid jab rollout will 'go at twice the speed in March', says vaccine minister

BRITAIN'S Covid jab rollout will go at twice the speed in March, the government's vaccine minister has claimed. Nadhim Zahawi today said that "March will be a big month" when it comes to the UK's coronavirus jab programme. Prime Minister Boris Johnson previously vowed that all Brits would have received a first dose by July 31. The previous aim had

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Victoria records no new COVID-19 cases as Australia prepares for vaccine rollout

Victoria has recorded no new cases of coronavirus in the community or in hotel quarantine the day before Australia’s COVID-19 vaccination program begins. It is the second day in a row there have been no new locally acquired cases recorded in Victoria. The last time the state recorded locally acquired cases was on Friday, when there were three new cases

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Covid 19 coronavirus: NZ’s ‘unacceptable’ risk higher than Australia’s – study

New Zealand faces an “unacceptably high” risk of as many as nearly three border breaches each month – and by some measures the country is more threatened than Australia. That’s according to a new analysis by public health researchers on both sides of the Tasman, who warn that risk of new Covid-19 incursions is growing even with vaccinations and call

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