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Piers Morgan receives coronavirus vaccine

Good Morning Britain's Piers Morgan reveals that he has been given the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan has been given the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

The NHS is now inviting those aged 56 and over to book an appointment to receive the vaccine if they have not been contacted already as part of the government's target to offer all UK adults a jab by the end of the summer.

Morgan, who turns 56 in several weeks, shared a video of him being injected with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine on Saturday morning.

"So here I am, I'm about to have my AstraZeneca jab, I'm that old," he says in the clip.

"I have to say it's been an amazingly efficient operation, I've literally been whizzed through everyone, the line was quick.

"I was told exactly where to go, they treated me like the idiot I am, nothing was left to chance."

According to the latest numbers, more than 21.3 million people have now received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.

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