Covid vaccine update: Protection 'two to three weeks' after first jab, says Hancock

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Covid vaccine update: Protection 'two to three weeks' after first jab, says Hancock

Much furore has been made over the government’s decision to withhold the second dose of coronavirus vaccines in a bid to inoculate as many people in the UK as possible. Speaking to Piers and Susanna this morning, Matt Hancock defended the government’s decision. As he explained, protection comes two to three weeks after first jab.

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Much furore has been made over the government’s decision to withhold the second dose of coronavirus vaccines in a bid to inoculate as many people in the UK as possible. Speaking to Piers and Susanna this morning, Matt Hancock defended the government’s decision. As he explained, protection comes two to three weeks after first jab.



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