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Matt Hancock: 'More than enough' Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to offer to under-30s

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Matt Hancock: 'More than enough' Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to offer to under-30s

Matt Hancock: 'More than enough' Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to offer to under-30s

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Max 60 secs use.Health Secretary Matt Hancock has stressed the effects of long Covid on under-30s who may be hesitant over receiving a coronavirus vaccine.He told BBC Breakfast: “The vaccines are safe, and if you want to have the Pfizer vaccine or Moderna vaccine instead then that is fine."


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