Prime minister Boris Johnson has laid out his plan for taking England out of its national lockdown.
The health secretary made the jab, which was an obvious reference to presenter Kay Burley’s lockdown rule-breaching birthday party.
A high court judge ruled he had acted unlawfully in failing to publish billions of pounds worth of COVID-19 contracts.
Travellers entering England who break government rules will face up to 10 years in prison, Matt Hancock has announced.
The health secretary said the film was not his only source of information but that it gave 'necessary' insight into vaccinations.
Labour MP Yvette Cooper asked why some people who have been in South Africa can still arrive in the UK and get on public transport.
Matt Hancock has refused to commit to the government revealing how many doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been wasted.
The health secretary pledged the ongoing rollout of vaccines will remove the need for the government to impose draconian restrictions.
The Health Secretary rejoiced as the UK passed the milestone in its race to vaccinate the population against coronavirus.
Three-quarters of people in England are now facing the toughest coronavirus restrictions after the government plunged more areas into Tier 4.
Matt Hancock said more areas will be plunged into Tier 4 as part of the government's review on Wednesday.
The health secretary said the country has enough to vaccinate the whole population but that it is not yet clear when all the shots will be available.
Just two areas of England have been brought out of the most severe Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions – while swathes of the East and South East have been added.
A list of boroughs where mass testing for coronavirus will be rolled out for secondary school pupils has been published.
The health secretary warned people to 'temper' their joy after he was asked if the government could move quicker to lift restrictions in the new year.
Matt Hancock had to wipe away tears as he told Piers Morgan about his happiness that people have begun getting vaccinated from coronavirus.