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Health Secretary: Pfizer vaccine could be rolled out next month

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Health Secretary: Pfizer vaccine could be rolled out next month

Health Secretary: Pfizer vaccine could be rolled out next month

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced that the Pfizer vaccine couldbegin being rolled out in December.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock hasannounced that the Pfizer vaccine could begin being rolled out in December.

MrHancock told a No 10 press conference the company had already begun submittingdata to the regulator and would submit its full data in the coming days.


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