Health secretary’s visit to London GP practice highlights early problems with rollout of jabs by manufacturers

Problems with the coronavirus vaccine rollout to GPs were laid bare after it emerged that a surgery visited by Matt Hancock to promote the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab had not yet received any supplies when the health secretary was there.

On Thursday morning Hancock said doses of the vaccine were being supplied to GP practices across the country as he visited the Bloomsbury surgery in central London. However, he conceded the “rate-limiting” factor in efforts to get people vaccinated was supply from the manufacturers.

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