Every adult in the UK will be offered a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine by September, Britain’s Foreign Minister has pledged.
Dominic Raab said it would be “great” if the rollout could be faster but that the Government was working to the early autumn target.
In an interview on Sky’s Sophy Ridge on Sunday, Raab said: “Our target is by September to have offered all the adult population a first dose. If we can do it faster than that, great, but that’s the roadmap.”
He said that he hoped by the “early spring” some restrictions can be lifted “gradually” so the country can “get back to normal”.