The UK has recorded another 17 coronavirus-related deaths and 2,685 new cases in the latest 24-hour period – as a quarter of adults have now had two doses of a vaccine.
First doses of a vaccine have now reached 33,843,580 after 90,695 people had a jab on Monday.
Also, 304,688 people had their second dose on Monday, meaning 13,201,811 are now fully vaccinated.
Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi revealed earlier that a quarter of the adult population in the UK have now had both vaccine doses.
The vaccine rollout has already reached over half of the UK’s population with a first dose.
The next phase of the programme – which aims to offer all adults a jab by the end of July – means vaccines are now being offered to those aged 42 and over.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock, 42, says he is now "standing by my phone awaiting my text".