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Number of UK Covid vaccinations falls by a third as vaccine supply dips – The Guardian

Factors at play include high uptake plus stockpiling for second doses, but Matt Hancock promises ‘bumper weeks in March’



The number of Covid vaccines administered in the UK has fallen by over a third in the last week as ministers warned of a short-term dip in supply coupled with stockpiling to ensure people get second doses within the recommended 12-week limit.
The latest data showed 192,341 people received a first jab on Monday, the second-lowest daily total since 17 January taking the number of people in Britain who have had an initial Covid vaccination to 17.9 million.
On Sunday the number of vaccinations was 141,719,…

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