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COVID-19: Half of Britain’s population had their first vaccine – and more than 12 million fully vaccinated | UK News

More than half of the UK’s total population has now received a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine.

The number of initial inoculations is 33,508,590, while the population is estimated at 66,796,807.

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Another 119,953 first doses were given as of Friday, while 448,139 people received a second.

This means that 12,071,810 people are now fully vaccinated.

In the latest daily update, 32 more deaths were reported within 28 days of a positive test.

In addition, 2,061 new infections were recorded.

This compares to 40 coronavirus-related deaths and 2,678 cases announced Friday and 35 deaths and 2,206 cases last Saturday.

The vaccine milestone comes the day six people can meet outdoors in Wales, while open-air hospitality will be allowed to reopen from Monday in the event of any news COVID-19[female[feminine infections continue to decline.

Outdoor attractions including swimming pools, fairgrounds and theme parks, as well as organized outdoor activities and wedding receptions, both of which can accommodate up to 30 people, are also on the go.

From May 3, gymnasiums and recreation centers can reopen and people can form enlarged homes with one another.

Wales now has the lowest level of viral infection in the UK and is third in the world in terms of vaccine distribution, while case rates are below 15 per 100,000 people.

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This notice was published: 2021-04-24 13:38:00