The UK has reported 20 covid deaths and 2,762 new cases in the 24 hour period of April 5.
So far 10% of all UK adults have had their second vaccine dosage and 60% have had their first dosage.
But the number of those vaccinated has drastically dropped in the last two day based on the figures published by the UK government.
On 5 April, just 40,744 people received their first dosage compare to last Monday figure which was 236,809.
The number of people that received their second dosage was only 64,590 while last Monday saw 168,230 people vaccinated.
Similarly, on Sunday (April 4) just 48,055 people received the first dose and 47,708 their second.
While the cause in the drop in number is not clear, as the bank holiday weekend may affect booking more serious concerns about the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine and its possible links to rare blood clots could be a sign of vaccination hesitancy.
The UK regulator has maintained there is no evidence to suggest a causal link between blood clots and the Oxford jab, and that the benefits continue to outweigh any risk.
Of the 18.1 million people who have had the Oxford vaccine in the UK, 30 people have developed blood clots.
The MHRA confirmed that of those 30 people, seven had died as of 24 March.