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Covid-19: Most vulnerable ‘could get vaccine by Christmas’

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Ms Bingham said it was difficult to put an exact date on when normal life could resume – especially without knowing what type of vaccine will be available, how many doses will be needed, how effective it might be and which age group it might work best in.

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