Almost 18 million folks have now had their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine within the UK, whereas one other 548 deaths have been reported.
It compares to 178 deaths reported yesterday and 799 final Tuesday, and takes the overall to 121,305.
There have been 8,489 extra confirmed COVID instances, in comparison with 10,641 yesterday and 10,625 final Tuesday.
The quantity of people that have acquired their first coronavirus jab now stands at 17,916,181 – up by 192,341.
And 642,788 have had a second jab – a rise of 18,463.
The day by day updates will probably be much more keenly watched by the federal government on the inhabitants at massive over the approaching weeks and months, after Prime Minister Boris Johnson laid out his roadmap for easing England’s lockdown.
Mr Johnson mentioned he was optimistic that all coronavirus restrictions in England may well be lifted by 21 June, nonetheless it’s “knowledge not dates” that can in the end information his selections.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has additionally announced her own plan.
Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, the deputy chief medical officer, will probably be on Sky Information from 9am on Wednesday morning to reply your COVID questions.
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