Matt Hancock to give Downing Street Covid press conference at 5pm on vaccine

The Health Secretary is expected to mark a target to give first doses to all elderly care home residents in England by January 31 - as reports suggest the Covid crisis is "stabilising". But a target to give the jab to all staff hasn't been met
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