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Covid booster jabs offered a month earlier for UK care home residents

Vulnerable people to get vaccine top-ups at five months ‘where it makes operational sense’ Care home residents and some vulnerable people will be able to get their Covid booster vaccine a month early, ministers have announced, in an effort to boost immunity during the winter. Currently the wait between second and third doses is six months, but medics will be able to decide to reduce it to five for care home residents and people who are housebound who are offered their flu jab at that point, so they can receive both vaccines together. Continue reading...

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