Millions of people across the UK have been given their first Covid vaccine, and the number of people who have had their second one is rapidly increasing - but when will you get your jab?

The Government is continuing to ramp up vaccination efforts across the UK.

Vaccination centres are now offering injections to everyone over 40 and those who are at risk of catching the virus, and people are wondering when they will be eligible to get theirs.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced an ambitious target to have offered all UK adults a first Covid vaccine by the end of July 2021.

But many people are wondering when they will get their vaccine.

The UK-wide vaccine calculator has now been updated (On May 4), meaning you can see an updated estimate of when you might now receive the vaccine.

An online vaccine calculator helps people find out roughly how long they will have to wait to get a jab.

The calculator was first launched after the Pfizer/BioNTech jab was approved.

Users of the calculator are asked to enter their age and notify the system of certain factors such as if they are a health worker or if they have any underlying health conditions.

Omni’s calculator will then give the user a national number as to where they stand in terms of vaccine priority.

The calculator is independent and not connected to the NHS or the vaccine rollout programme.

To use the online calculator, click here.

If you are eligible for the vaccine you can book both doses through the NHS website.

Click here if you are eligible to book now.