You can calculate when you’re likely to get the coronavirus vaccine in Sheffield
Tens of millions of Brits have already received their first coronavirus vaccine, with the number of protected people growing by hundreds of thousands every day.
In Sheffield, 177,363 people received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine between 8 December 2020 and 7 March.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants all UK adults to be offered their first jab by the end of July.
As of Thursday, 23,314,525 people in the UK had received one vaccine dose, while a total of 1,445,078 people had received both jabs.
The rapid progress has got many people not already protected wondering when it will be their turn.
An online calculator lets you calculate when you are likely to receive the life-saving jab by asking a series of questions.
The omni calculator asks for your age, whether you live or work in a care home, are pregnant or plan to be in the next three months and if you're a frontline health or social worker, classed as extremely vulnerable or have an underlying health condition.
Once answered, it will give an estimate on how many people are ahead of you in the queue.
Explaining that this is only a predicted estimate, the omni calculator site reads: "We also indicate how long it might be before you get the vaccine, based on the vaccination rate.
"By default, we base these figures on a vaccination rate of 1 million vaccinations a week and a default uptake rate of 70.6%.
"As more data on the actual vaccination rate is released, we may revise this default value."
You can use the calculator HERE