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21 and 22 year olds to be offered COVID-19 jab

Around one million people aged 21 and 22 will begin to be called forward to get the coronavirus vaccine, as the NHS COVID Vaccination Programme enters the final phase of the first dose roll-out.

If you are 21 or over, or turn 21 before 1 July 2021, have a health condition that puts you at greater risk, are a health or social care worker or an unpaid carer, and you haven’t booked your first dose yet, the time to do so is now. You can find out how at or by phoning 119. If you’re eligible but unable to book through the national booking service, you can speak to your GP.

The NHS in England has now delivered more than 60 million vaccinations with nearly 35 million adults, in England, receiving their first vaccine dose, and more than 25 million having their second jab.

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