South African Covid variant case numbers in UK 'very small' – video

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Prof Jonathan Van-Tam has said that people should not be concerned about reports that early results suggest the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine has only 10% efficacy against the South African variant of coronavirus. Speaking at the Downing Street press conference on Monday, England's deputy chief medical officer said UK case numbers of the variant are 'very small', meaning it is unlikely to become dominant in the UK, and urged people to get vaccinated.

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