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Booster jab rules will not change unless JCVI says so, minister says

Sky News Friday, 22 October 2021
Booster jab rules will not change unless JCVI says so, minister saysThe government will not change the six-month gap between second doses of the coronavirus vaccine and the booster jab unless the UK's vaccine advisory body recommends it, a health minister has said.
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Prof. Adam Finn: Politicians are walking a tightrope [Video]

Prof. Adam Finn: Politicians are walking a tightrope

Professor Adam Finn professor of paediatrics at University of Bristol and JCVI Member has said things could get worse before they get better when it comes to Omicron. Prof. Finn added that the government have walking a tightrope when deliberating further restrictions. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Booster programme 'has never been more vital', says Van-Tam [Video]

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