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Proof that EU leaders have changed their minds over the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID vaccine, says The Daily Telegraph, has come after they blocked exports of the jab to Australia.

The main two COVID vaccines are highly effective, the Daily Express says, as evidenced by data showing a dramatic drop in the number of over-80s being sent to intensive care.  

The Guardian describes how Health Secretary Matt Hancock “seized on new data” to persuade the EU to give the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID vaccine another try.

The Daily Telegraph goes with new data showing how effective the main two COVID vaccines are, as evidenced by falling numbers of over-80s being sent to intensive care.  

The Daily Telegraph leads with the search for a mystery COVID-19 patient thought to be one of the first in the UK to have a Brazilian variant of the virus which may spread more rapidly...

Some 80% of the EU’s AstraZeneca vaccines are sitting unused and the bloc has been told to use them or give them to some of the 130 poorer countries that have yet to receive even...

The Queen’s comments on people who are unsure about whether to have the vaccine also lead The Daily Telegraph. The 94-year-old had the jab at Windsor Castle in January, the paper adds.

The Queen told people working on the vaccine roll out that her experience was “very quick” and “didn’t hurt at all”, reports Metro. The monarch also said people with doubts needed to do the right thing...

Ministers are being urged to offer some vaccines in the comfort of people’s homes over fears there are hard to reach or deprived communities missing out because they are unable or unwilling to travel to...

Metro says Boris Johnson has ordered a review into whether vaccine passports could be used in the UK for things like international travel and entering pubs and restaurants. 

There is hope for people who want to take overseas holidays in the summer, The Times says, adding vaccine passports are under discussion by the government.

Vaccine data is showing a path out of lockdowns, according to The Daily Telegraph, which adds that “real world” figures show the jabs cut coronavirus infections by two-thirds. 

Britons as young as 40 are to be offered the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of March, the Daily Mail says, with the rollout focussing on age, rather than key-worker status.

Boris Johnson is confident that 15 million Britons will have received their first vaccine by Monday, according to The Observer – with a leading scientist telling the newspaper that the UK repeatedly failed to heed early warnings about...

The Daily Mirror reports on people aged over 70 who have not had a COVID jab now being told to call the NHS, instead of waiting to be contacted for a vaccine appointment.

The vaccine minister has written in The Daily Telegraph to urge readers to be confident in the Oxford jab, among worries it may not be as effective against the South African mutation.

New jabs are on the way that will tackle new COVID-19 variants, the i says, after news that the Oxford vaccine may struggle against the South African mutation.

Nadhim Zahawi, the vaccine minister, says that vaccinations are being administered at the rate of 1,000 a minute as the of number people to get their first dose smashes through the 12 million barrier, the...

The i says the UK passing 10 million people with their first shot of the COVID vaccine means 15% of the population has been reached within 57 days.It adds that new vaccines will be “ready...

Data suggests the Oxford/ AstraZeneca vaccine can cut transmission of COVID-19, as well as providing protection, tomorrow’s The Times reports.