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Booster jabs 'set for go-ahead next week' - but vaccine creator says not everyone may need them

Sky News Friday, 10 September 2021
Booster jabs 'set for go-ahead next week' - but vaccine creator says not everyone may need themBooster vaccines are reportedly set to be given the go-ahead next week, despite a professor who helped develop the AstraZeneca jab warning that a mass campaign may not be necessary.
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