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PM pleads for Brits to take booster jabs to avoid 'tragedy'

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PM pleads for Brits to take booster jabs to avoid 'tragedy'

PM pleads for Brits to take booster jabs to avoid 'tragedy'

Boris Johnson warns of another wave of Covid-19 this winter citing rising infections across Europe.

The Prime Minister goes on to say that it would be a "tragedy" if those who are double vaccinated didn't follow up with the booster jab and fell ill or died as a result.

Report by Czubalam.

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