Vaccination alone is unlikely to contain COVID-19 infections in the UK, research suggests

Relaxing control measures is highly likely to lead to another wave of infection, but gradual reopening and high vaccine uptake can minimise the scale of infections, hospitalisations, and deaths, according to modelling study.

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