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"I hope the transparency we have shown... reassures people." @fatimamanji  asks Health Secretary Matt Hancock if he is worried about the lack of confidence in the Covid vaccine after the advice on the AstraZeneca vaccine changed.

Falling infection rates and scrutiny of the AstraZeneca shot by medicines regulators show that the government’s vaccine programme “is working”, health secretary Matt Hancock said.

Falling infection rates and scrutiny of the AstraZeneca shot by medicines regulators show that the government’s vaccine programme “is working”, health secretary Matt Hancock said.

Falling infection rates and scrutiny of the AstraZeneca shot by medicines regulators show that the government’s vaccine programme “is working”, health secretary Matt Hancock said.

Falling infection rates and scrutiny of the AstraZeneca shot by medicines regulators show that the government’s vaccine programme “is working”, health secretary Matt Hancock said.

Falling infection rates and scrutiny of the AstraZeneca shot by medicines regulators show that the government’s vaccine programme “is working”, health secretary Matt Hancock said.

Matt Hancock says having the AstraZeneca vaccine is ‘no riskier than a long haul flight’

Falling infection rates and scrutiny of the AstraZeneca shot by medicines regulators show that the government’s vaccine programme “is working”, health secretary Matt Hancock said.

Falling infection rates and scrutiny of the AstraZeneca shot by medicines regulators show that the government’s vaccine programme “is working”, health secretary Matt Hancock said.

The Health Secretary has said the blood clot risk from the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is as risky as taking a long-haul flight. Matt Hancock says when his time comes, he'll take any vaccine offered. But how are people who've been invited to get one feeling? @catherine5news 

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“The Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, developed here in the UK, has submitted its full data package to the MRHA for approval” Health Secretary Matt Hancock says “we know that the transforming force of science is helping to find a way through”

'The NHS... will be able to deliver at the pace AstraZeneca can manufacture' Health secretary Matt Hancock suggests to @PaulBrandITV  up to two million people a week could be vaccinated following the Oxford jab's approval in the UK

“We are the first country in the world, again” Health Secretary Matt Hancock tells #BBCBreakfast  he’s very proud as the first doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine given to patients.

#COVID19 : Health Secretary Matt Hancock told Sky News the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine will start to be rolled out from 4 January and that it will help "accelerate" vaccinating the nation

Hundreds of thousands of doses of the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine are ready to be rolled out in Britain from Monday, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said after the vaccine was approved by regulators

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock welcomed the approval of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine by the country’s regulator on Wednesday, adding that the UK would be “out of this by the spring.”

Health Secretary Matt Hancock says "we are confident we can get out of the pandemic by the spring" after the UK medicine regulator approved the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine for use in the UK

"This is a real British success story" Health Secretary Matt Hancock MP reacts on #BBCBreakfast  to the news that the UK regulator has approved the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine

Health Secretary Matt Hancock tells Sky News the rollout of the Oxford/Astrazeneca vaccine will begin on 4 January For more on this and other news visit

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