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Here's the latest for Sunday, February 21: Biden team aiming for bigger vaccine numbers; UK speeds up vaccinations for all adults get first jab by July 31; Madrid police raid finds illegal partygoers under beds; Flamingos at risk at lead-lined salt lake.

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CODY JACKSON: This is "AP News Minute." President Joe Biden is on a glide path to attain the goal of 100 million vaccination shots in 100 days and pitching well beyond it to the far more ambitious and daunting mission of vaccinating all eligible adults against the coronavirus by the end of the summer.

The British government declared Sunday that every adult in the country should get a first coronavirus vaccine shot by July 31st, at least a month earlier than its previous target, as it prepared to set out a cautious plan to ease the UK's lockdown.

Spanish police played hide and seek with illegal partygoers in Madrid this weekend with officers going to great lengths to catch up with the culprits. Police released a video showing officers finding revelers hiding under beds and inside wardrobes.

And conservationists in Cyprus are urging authorities to ban hunting along a corner of a salt lake network. There are concerns migrating flamingos could potentially ingest lethal quantities of lead shotgun pellets. Cody Jackson, the Associated Press, with "AP News Minute."