Vaccinations extended to people over 25 in England


People aged 25 to 29 in England will be able to book their coronavirus vaccination from tomorrow morning.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced the extension to the country’s COVID-19 vaccination programme in a statement to MPs in the Commons.

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A total of 40,333,231 people in the UK have so far received their first jab, while 27,661,353 second vaccines have been administered.

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