The Prime Minister says all adults in the UK should be offered a coronavirus vaccine by the end of July – and now you can find out how long you will have to wait to get your first dose.
Boris Johnson has said the vaccine rollout will help to protect the most vulnerable sooner and enable the easing of restrictions.
Adults aged 50 and over – as well as those with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk – will be offered a jab by April 15.
By July 31, all adults should have been offered their first dose – though the order of priority for those under 50 has yet to be outlined by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).
Using this handy tool, you can now work out when you are likely to be offered both your first and second doses of the vaccine.
The Covid Vaccine Queue Calculator asks you a few simple questions including your age, whether you are a care home or health worker, if you have been asked to shield and whether you have underlying health conditions.
It then gives you potential dates for both doses and also tells you how many other people are in the queue before you.
Ministers had initially set a target to offer Covid vaccines to all adults by September, with an aim to reach all those aged 50 and over in the first nine JCVI priority groups by May.
The new targets will be seen as a sign of increasing confidence within Government that the vaccine supply will remain steady over the coming months.
The Government met its ambition to offer jabs to all those in the top four priority groups – adults aged 70 and over, frontline health and social care workers and the most clinically vulnerable – by February 15.
More than 17.2 million people have now received their first dose of a vaccine at one of the 1,500 vaccination sites across the country, and 600,000 have received their second.