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More than 15 million people across the UK have now received both doses of a coronavirus vaccine.

This means that a large proportion of the elderly and the most vulnerable are fully immunized against COVID-19[female[feminine.

Another 372,304 second jabs were administered on Saturday, bringing the total to 15,329,617.

The number of first shots given yesterday was 143,175. Some 34,505,380 people have now received at least one initial dose.

In its latest daily update, the government said another 14 people died within 28 days of testing positive.

The number of new infections recorded during the 24-year period was 1,671.

This compares to seven dead and 1,907 cases reported on Saturday.

A week ago, 1,712 infections were reportedand 11 deaths.

The United Kingdom is in the “last round” of his fight against coronavirus, the foreign minister told Sky News.

But Dominic raab said a “cautious” approach to easing COVID-19[female[feminine restrictions were still needed, adding that the government felt “confirmed” that “taking regular steps to get out of the lockdown is the best way forward.”

During this time, the people who attended the “First dance” in Liverpool they are reminded that they have to pass follow-up tests.

City Public Health Director Matt Ashton said: “We are asking people to do a PCR five days after and it helps us identify any viruses that have arisen as a result of the event.

“I don’t expect any.”

Anyone who tests positive will be traced by contact in the normal way.

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This notice was published: 2021-05-02 13:20:00