British Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds up the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine on a visit to pharmaceutical and biotech company Wockhardt in Wales. Photo: No 10 Downing Street handout via dpa British Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds up the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine on a visit to pharmaceutical and biotech company Wockhardt in Wales. Photo: No 10 Downing Street handout via dpa
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds up the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine on a visit to pharmaceutical and biotech company Wockhardt in Wales. Photo: No 10 Downing Street handout via dpa

Coronavirus vaccine: Boris Johnson might take shot on TV, but won’t jump queue

  • The PM might be persuaded to get a jab on the air to show it is safe, press secretary says after Britain approves use of Pfizer’s vaccine
  • Poll has found that 20 per cent of Britons were either not confident or not very confident that shots are safe

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds up the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine on a visit to pharmaceutical and biotech company Wockhardt in Wales. Photo: No 10 Downing Street handout via dpa British Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds up the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine on a visit to pharmaceutical and biotech company Wockhardt in Wales. Photo: No 10 Downing Street handout via dpa
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson holds up the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine on a visit to pharmaceutical and biotech company Wockhardt in Wales. Photo: No 10 Downing Street handout via dpa
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