More than 45.4 million people in slotxo the UK have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine - part of the biggest inoculation programme the country has ever launched.
With the aim of offering vaccines to all adults by mid-July, the government says the success of the vaccine programme will allow remaining restrictions to be eased this month.
Who can get a vaccine now?
First vaccines are now being offered to people aged 18 and above across the UK.
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The rollout has expanded after the government hit its target of offering a first jab to everyone in the top priority groups - all those over the age of 50, plus those in high-risk categories by mid-April. These groups account for the vast majority of deaths.
The government now plans to vaccinate all over-18s with a first dose and two-thirds of adults with a second dose by 19 July.
But millions of the most vulnerable may also be offered a third, booster vaccination from September - if the data suggests they are needed.
Has the rollout been even across all areas?
Across the country, there continues to be some variation in the vaccine programme.
Wales has vaccinated 90% of those aged 18 and over with at least one dose, while Scotland has reached 86%, England 85% and Northern Ireland 80%.
Second doses are also being rolled out, with all nations reaching 60% or more of adults so far.
Across the English regions, the South West has vaccinated 82% of the same age group with at least one dose, while London has reached 63%.