Prince Charles and Camilla have had their first Covid-19 vaccinations. The royal couple are both in their 70s, putting them in the fourth priority group for the rollout of the vaccine. It is not known whether the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall were vaccinated together, or which version of the vaccine they were given. It comes after the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were given their first jabs last month. The heir to the throne and his eldest son, the Duke of Cambridge, both contracted Covid during the first wave of the pandemic. The UK government has set the target of vaccinating 15 million people in the top four groups by 15 February.