UK to face ‘significant reduction’ in COVID vaccine supplies from 29 March

The UK is going to face a “significant reduction” in vaccine supplies from 29 March onwards, according to a letter from NHS England.

The letter – which has been sent to local vaccination sites across the country – says volumes for first doses are going to be “significantly constrained”.

Disruption could last for four weeks, and is linked to “reductions in national inbound vaccines supply”.

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