When will I get the Covid vaccine? Online calculator predicts where in the queue you are

There are now two vaccines being rolled out across the country in the battle against Covid-19.

By Leanne Clarke
Monday, 4th January 2021, 1:41 pm
Updated Monday, 4th January 2021, 1:42 pm

The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccinations started being issued today (Monday) just weeks after the Pfizer version was approved for use in the UK.

The first Oxford vaccine dose has been given in the UK - here’s the plan for the rolloutA question now being asked is when people will themselves be inoculated.

A new online calculator predicts your likely position in the vaccine queue based on your age, whether you live/work in a care home, are pregnant or plan to be in the next three months, if you're a frontline health worker and if you have an underlying health condition.

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There are now two vaccnes being rolled out across the country in the battle against Covid.

Your answers will estimate how many people are in front of you in the queue. It also predicts how long you might have to wait.

The site says they've based the calculator on the UK government's priority list and the likely rate of vaccination.