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Covid-19 booster jabs could begin for 32m Britons

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Covid-19 booster jabs could begin for 32m Britons

Covid-19 booster jabs could begin for 32m Britons

A Covid-19 vaccination booster programme could begin for 32 million Britons as soon as September, officials have said.The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has set out guidance designed to protect the NHS over the winter period, when deaths and hospital usage generally rise.


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