Tony Blair: UK should publish COVID vaccine data to ‘restore credibility’

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    Tony Blair has called on Boris Johnson to publish vaccination data to boost COVID vaccine take-up rates.

    It comes after countries like Denmark banned the AstraZeneca vaccine altogether over blood clot concerns.

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