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Dominic Raab said ( about Nadhim Zahawi ) : "In fact, the first million or so letters offering appointments to the over-65s are already landing on doorsteps,” he said, adding that while there will “undoubtedly be bumps in the road,” he is sure “we can go forward with great confidence”. Nadhim Zahawi, the vaccines minister, suggested the UK was on course to vaccinate all over 50s by the end of April with supplies of both Pfizer and AstraZeneca expected to increase and stabilise at a higher level in March. “We will not rest till we offer the vaccine to the one-to-nine categories of the most vulnerable and all over-50s by the end of April and then all adults,” he said. However, ministers on Sunday made clear they will tread cautiously rather than risk a resurgence of the virus as happened with the lifting of lockdowns last year. “We have made good progress but we don't want to see that unravel because we go too far too quick,"
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