Boris Johnson: Increasing confidence vaccines proving effective against Indian variant

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Boris Johnson: Increasing confidence vaccines proving effective against Indian variant” – below is their description.

    Boris Johnson has seen promising data on the effectiveness of Covid vaccines against all variants, including the Indian variant, he told the Commons.

    “We have increasing confidence that vaccines are effective against all variants, including the Indian variant,” he told PMQs.

    The Prime Minister told Sir Keir Starmer, the Labour leader, that variants are one of the threats to the June 21 unlocking.

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