Sky News Breakfast: New data shows a sharp rise in vaccine uptake

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sky News Breakfast: New data shows a sharp rise in vaccine uptake” – below is their description.

    On Sky News Breakfast with Gillian Joseph:

    – New data shows a sharp rise in vaccine uptake especially among young people.

    – Hospitality leaders call on the government to ease all restrictions by June 21, amid reports the end of lockdown could be delayed.

    – Ticket prices spiral and airlines add extra flights as Britons in Portugal try to beat quarantine.

    Plus all the day’s headlines, weather and news-making interviews.

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