A number of European countries have temporarily suspended the rollout of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine.
Brits are still being urged to get their jab when offered, after France, Italy and Germany temporarily suspended use of the vaccine.
The UK medicines regulator says the available evidence does not suggest that blood clots in veins are caused by the jab.
Rising case numbers, fresh lockdowns and an embarrassing vaccine spat with Australia are warnings that Brits shouldn’t pack their bags just yet.
Australia's finance minister said it was "unsurprising that some countries would tear up the rule book".
Coronavirus vaccine proves the great leveller in the EU-UK race to normality.
The figures come as Boris Johnson reveals his roadmap out of lockdown.
It follows the decision by some European countries – including Germany and France – to advise against its use for older age groups.
It comes as scientists working on the Covid vaccine raise the prospect of having a booster dose available by the autumn.
The jab could have a "substantial effect" on reducing transmission of coronavirus, Oxford University analysis finds.