NHS boss hails ‘astonishing’ achievement of giving out 33m first vaccinations and 11m second doses
More than half of the UK’s population has received an initial dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, figures show, in what NHS bosses have called an “astonishing achievement”.
NHS England data up to 23 April shows that a total of 28,102,852 first doses have been administered – a rise of 107,656 on the previous day. This takes the UK total to 33,496,293, a figure expected to rise further when the latest numbers are reported by Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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