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PRIME Secretary Boris Johnson will host a press conference from Downing Street today

Mr Johnson is led by Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer, and Dr June Raine, chief executive of MHRA (Medicines and Health Products Regulator), said No. 10

People in their forties will likely have to wait until May to get their Covid-19 vaccine after problems with a delivery of the AstraZeneca batch from India impacted supplies

The head of the Serum Institute of India (SII), which makes the vaccine, suggested that the country’s government block exports to the UK

Professor Martin Marshall, chairman of the Royal College of GPs, said the news of supply shortages was “disappointing” and “a minor setback” and that the focus in England in April would be on giving people who had previously been vaccinated a second dose to be administered in the year

“The effects of this supply shortage will have an impact on the group we wanted to start with in April These are the people under the age of 50 with no prior conditions who will have to wait until May now He told BBC Radio 4’s Today program

Cabinet Secretary Robert Jenrick also admitted vaccine rollout would be slower than expected due to the shortage, while Professor Adam Finn, member of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI), said vaccinating those under the age of 50 could kick a bit later than we had hoped optimistically ‘

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) will issue its judgment on the safety of the AstraZeneca vaccine after more than a dozen European countries halted its introduction due to blood clot fears

In the meantime, the government has announced that the shield will officially open on Jan. April ends Those on the screened patient list will receive letters starting Thursday

Dr Jenny Harries, the UK’s assistant chief medical officer, said, “As the spread of the virus continues to decline in the community, now is the time for people to think about relaxing these stricter guidelines

“If you have shielded, we strongly recommend that after the 1st April taking additional precautions to keep yourself as safe as possible, such as walking around B. continue to watch social distancing and work from home

“We will continue to monitor all evidence and adjust this advice if infection rates change”

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