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Comments emerging from Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the UK's COVID-19 vaccine efforts.
- Says that he is 'optimistic' regarding the UK's vaccine stock. Comes as the UK hits the target of offering vaccine to all over-50s, with jabs now being offered to all over-45s. However, concern about first doses in April, with more AZ jabs being held back for 2nd doses due to supply shortages from India.
- Says he 'does not see any need to alter the roadmap' for reopening England. Next major step is 17 May, when indoor dining and household visits for up to 6 is set to be permitted.
- Says the decline in cases and fatalities in last couple of months due to lockdown, and that 'as the country opens up infections will increase'.