People with asthma have been deemed clinically vulnerable throughout the pandemic. Why aren't they all being prioritised for the vaccine?
EU leaders have proposed a new pass scheme for Covid vaccines, tests and recovery.
Other political leaders have publicised their vaccinations as a way to promote trust in the science.
A simple guide to the new variant of concern – and the hunt for an infected person lost in the system.
HuffPost UK reader Evelyn asked: “I have had the vaccine, is it now ok to hug my grandchildren after three weeks?”
Research in Cambridge also found a single dose cuts the number of asymptomatic infections.
Splitting the country into an older, vaccinated group allowed back in society, and young people stuck inside awaiting jabs? We could not call that freedom, writes Jay Patel.
Buckingham Palace announced in January the 94-year-old head of state and the Duke of Edinburgh, 99, had been inoculated.
81% of those deemed clinically extremely vulnerable had received a coronavirus vaccine by February 14.
Scared of getting the jab? There's been a 1,600% increase in people reading advice on vaccination phobias over the past four months.