Thanks for joining us today as we've brought you the latest on coronavirus news from the UK and around the world.
Here's a summary of some of the stories we've been covering.
- People in the UK have to be "optimistic but patient" about the coronavirus situation and how restrictions might ease, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says. It comes as he said he'd set out a roadmap next week that would give a "route to normality" for England to move out of lockdown
- The PM hailed the "achievement" of the vaccine rollout, during a press briefing at Downing Street, but warned that now was not the time to relax. It comes after No 10 said it had hit its target to offer a jab to the UK's 15 million most vulnerable people by 15 February
- The first travellers required to stay at quarantine hotels after their arrival in England have begun their 10-day stays
- Another 9,765 positive coronavirus tests have been recorded in the UK - it's the first time since 2 October the daily figure has been under 10,000 but it's worth remembering figures can be lower on a Monday
- There have been a further 230 deaths of people who had tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days
- People whose asthma is under control will not be prioritised for the Covid vaccine, the government has confirmed. The only exceptions will be if they are formally shielding, regularly take steroid tablets or have ever had an emergency hospital admission
- New data from Israel's vaccination programme suggests the Pfizer vaccine prevents 94% of symptomatic infections - it indicates it is performing in the general population as well as it did in clinical trials
- The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine has been approved by the World Health Organization for emergency use, which means it will be part of their global vaccine-sharing scheme Covax
- Schools do not appear to play a big role in spreading coronavirus, say UK researchers who studied teacher and pupil absences during the pandemic.
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