15 million people in the UK have now received their first dose.
Here’s a look at how the global vaccination programme is progressing – and why it matters just as much how other countries are faring as your own.
The bloc drew widespread condemnation for its plan to override part of the Brexit deal as part of its export controls on coronavirus vaccines.
A WHO spokesperson said it was the "morally right thing to do" because rollout "needs to be fair" across the world.
Johnny Stine is accused of injecting people across the country with his self-made vaccine for $400 to $1,000. At least one person was later hospitalised with the virus.
NHS workers tell HuffPost UK what it was like to get vaccinated – and why people from BAME communities should too.
The coronavirus jab is the result of an incredible global effort, despite ministers' attempts to give Britain all the credit.
The UK is the first country in the world to roll out a clinically approved vaccine, but does not have enough of it for the entire population.
Professor Wei Shen Lim said prioritising Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups was "really, really important".
The Pfizer-BioNTech jab needs to be stored at minus 70C – posing a logistical challenge.