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England's deputy chief medical officer, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam explains that the data shows that for both vaccines, “we see vaccine effectiveness against illness after the first dose of approximately 60%”. Get live #COVID19  updates:

Deputy Chief Medical Officer ProfessorJonathan Van-Tam has said "do not wreck this now, it is too early to relax" as he warned people not to start breaking the rules even if they have had the vaccine For more on this and other news visit

England's deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has appeared on Sky News to answer some questions from the public on the #coronavirus  crisis

England's Deputy Chief Medical OfficerProfessor Jonathan Van-Tam explains how vaccine production works and why supply sometimes can be unpredictable. Click here to read more:

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam says he wants a Boston United tattoo! ⚽️ The club have responded by offering the Deputy Chief Medical Officer the mascot role... @bostonunited  | #coronavirus  | #JVT 

England's Deputy Chief Medical OfficerProfessor Jonathan Van-Tam explains how vaccine production works and why supply sometimes can be unpredictable. More here:

England's deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has appeared on Sky News to answer some of your questions about #COVID19  and the UK's vaccine rollout. Follow this thread for some of the highlights 👇

England's deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has appeared on Sky News to answer some questions from the public on the coronavirus crisis

Q: Since we hit the first 15 million jabs target there has been a drop off in the daily vaccination numbers. Why? A: England's Deputy Chief Medical OfficerProfessor Jonathan Van-Tam says "there are always going to be supply fluctuations". Live:

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“Viruses do mutate that’s the nature of viruses.” Former deputy chief medical officer, Professor Gina Radford says that most virus mutations “are of no concern at all”. Get live #coronavirus  updates:

"Waiting five years for a COVID vaccine if we don't have to is completely the wrong thing to do." Deputy Chief Medical OfficerProfessor Jonathan Van-Tam explains how the safety and effectiveness rules have not changed for the #COVID19  vaccines in development. Watch 👇

"There just isn't the evidence base to support general mask wearing use by the public" - Deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van Tam says government will guided by the science and if that changes, "then we will change" Latest:

WATCH LIVE: Coronavirus data briefing (11 November 2020) Speakers: 🔵 Prof Jonathan Van-Tam, Deputy Chief Medical Officer 🔵 Dr June Raine, CEO @MHRAgovuk  🔵 Professor Wei Shen Lim, Chair of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation

"In our national fight against Covid-19, we are at a tipping point similar to where we were in March; but we can prevent history repeating itself if we all act now." Deputy Chief Medical OfficerProfessor Jonathan Van-Tam outlines the current #Covid19  situation. Click to read👇

England's deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has confirmed the length of time people with a positive test result or coronavirus symptoms in England will have to self-isolate for is to be increased from seven to 10 days

Why is the flu vaccination important? We asked Deputy Chief Medical OfficerProfessor Jonathan Van-Tam to share 3 reasons for getting vaccinated. More info on why vaccines are important and safe: ➡️ | #VaccinesWork  #ValueofVaccines 

When asked why arrivals to the UK aren't being screened for #coronavirus , Deputy Chief Medical OfficerProfessor Jonathan Van-Tam says there's a "basic problem" because it could take someone up to 12 hours to fly to the UK but the incubation period for this virus is up to 14 days

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