Britain has given more than 4 million people a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine so far, government statistics showed on Monday.
Britain is aiming to have made first doses of COVID-19 vaccines available to 15 million high-risk people by mid-February.
Details are as follows:
3.5 million persons in England got the first dose, 264,991 in Scotland, 151,137 in Wales and 125,717 in Northern Ireland.
A second dose was administered to 427,386 patients in England, 21,016 in Northern Ireland, 3,698 in Scotland and 201 in Wales.