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Coronavirus: Oxford scientists say vaccine waits for autumn – BBC News




Oxford scientists expect a coronavirus vaccine to reach a million doses by September. They are one of the research groups that will receive funding from a new government group that runs the vaccine search.

The effort to create the vaccine is a major global commitment and there is no warning to ensure its success.

Coronavirus infection is continuing to pressure more primary care workers. The UK government says the tests will extend to police, fire and prison services.

Ministers are also examining the need for people to stop spreading the virus in public spaces that require face masks. Many European countries recommend wearing them.

Demand for food bank support has increased, as many people have lost their incomes.

Sophie Raworth presented BBC News with medical correspondent Fergus Walsh, science editor David Shukman, and Social Affairs correspondent Michael Buchanan.

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