NHS asks people aged 44 to book coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine

NHS asks people aged 44 to book coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine

The NHS has announced it is now asking people aged 44 to book their coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine. Around 500,000 44-year-olds are due to receive a text to book their jab, following news that over two-thirds of the 45 to 49 age bracket have already received their vaccine. More than 28 million people in England have now had their first dose.

The Chief Executive of NHS England, Sir Simon Stevens, said: ‘When the time comes, and you get that text, book an appointment to get your vaccine – it is the best protection you and your loved ones will receive from this deadly virus.’

Source: NHS to invite people aged 44 for life saving COVID-19 jab

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