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More than 650,000 people in the UK received a dose of the coronavirus vaccine yesterday, the largest daily figure yet.
Latest government figures show a total of 660,276 doses were administered nationwide – including 528,260 first jabs and 132,016 second doses. The previous record, set on 30 January, saw 609,010 vaccine jabs given.
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