GP surgeries in England will begin vaccinating patients against coronavirus today. Practices in more than 100 locations will receive their first batches of the Pfizer/BioNTech jab and will operate seven days a week, 12 hours a day. If you’re eligible, you’ll be contacted. The surgeries are the first in a network of 1,200 across the UK that’ll eventually deliver vaccinations. Our health correspondent Nick Triggle says supply is key, and what could really change the speed of the rollout is approval of the vaccine developed by Oxford University. Regulators are currently assessing its safety and effectiveness – see how that process works. Elsewhere, vaccinations will also begin later in Scottish care homes.