Britain’s regulators today approved the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine, offering renewed hope the end of the pandemic could just be months away. Officials said the jab will be made available ‘from next week’, while Health Secretary Matt Hancock claimed the approval now offers ‘high confidence’ the UK could ‘get out of this by spring’. It comes after Britain yesterday recorded more than 53,000 infections in record daily high amid fears hospitals may be overwhelmed by spiralling admissions within days. Here, MailOnline answers all the questions about the jab including how it works, when it will be rolled out, and how many Britons could be able to get it every day. Top experts, including members of SAGE, have warned ministers they need to ramp up weekly vaccination rates sevenfold to 2million by mid-January to prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed this winter. Currently about 280,000 Brits are being inoculated each week More than 24,000 volunteers were involved in Oxford’s phase three trials in the UK and Brazil, half of which were given the vaccine and the rest were given a fake jab. There were only 30 cases of Covid-19 in people given the vaccine compared to 101 in the placebo group. None… Read full this story
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