Evidence looks good on COVID vaccines slicing transmission: UK minister

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LONDON (Reuters) – The justification indicates that vaccines are proof effective during slicing a delivery of COVID-19, Britain’s vaccines apportion pronounced on Monday forward of a supervision proclamation on a trail out of lockdown.

“Suffice to contend a justification looks good,” Nadhim Zahawi told Sky News when asked if vaccines were effective during slicing infections and hospitalisations.

“We wouldn’t be in this place this morning to be means to contend that we’re going to free schools on Mar 8, and … as propagandize holidays start on Mar 29, we will demeanour during a order of 6 and dual families being (able) to see any other outdoor … if we’re not assured that indeed a vaccine programme is commencement to unequivocally bear fruit.”

Reporting by Paul Sandle, essay by Michael Holden; modifying by Alistair Smout

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