Covid-19 vaccines kicked off across the UK two weeks ago when 91-year-old Coventry grandmother, Margaret Keenan, was the first person in the world to receive the Pfizer jab as part of a mass vaccination programme.

Government policy has mandated an approach which starts with the elderly and most vulnerable and moves down.

With all the talk of vaccines, many people might be wondering just when they can expect to receive it?

Omni have created a 'vaccine queue calculator' to estimate how many people in the UK are ahead of you in the queue to be vaccinated.

The calculator takes into consideration things such as your age, if you're a care home worker or resident, if you're pregnant and if you were asked to shield by the Government at the peak of the pandemic.

The tool is based off the UK Government's 'Priority List' that will see care home residents and carers, those over the age of 80 and frontline health and social care workers be vaccinated by the end of January. 

Omni have gathered data on the estimated size of each group to work our roughly where individuals place in the queue.

The calculator has not been endorsed by the NHS and is not connected to the mass roll-out, however could offer insight into expectations of the coming year.

Check our your position here.