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'V-Day': UK begins rolling out COVID-19 vaccine to public as world watches


The rollout on what has been dubbed 'V-Day' is the start of a global immunisation programme that is expected to gain momentum as more vaccines win approval.

Added on the 08/12/2020 06:44:23 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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