Covid vaccine centres will be opened up to teenagers at half term, NHS announces

Covid vaccine centres will be opened up to teenagers at half term, NHS announces

NHS England chief Amanda Pritchard says the national booking service will be open to 12 to 15-year-olds amid delays to the schools rollout Teenagers will be able to book a Covid jab at walk-in vaccination centres as the Government’s schools rollout stalls.

Teenagers will be able to book a Covid jab at walk-in vaccination centres as the Government’s schools rollout stalls.

NHS England chief executive Amanda Pritchard said that, to “make the most of half-term”, the national booking service will be open for 12 to 15-year-olds to get jabs.

1 thought on “Covid vaccine centres will be opened up to teenagers at half term, NHS announces

  1. On one level this makes sense, however
    – now the most infected portion of society will be mixing at vaccination centres with the most vulnerable who are getting their boosters.
    – Such an announcement now means that every anti-vaxer in the country switches their focus to vaccination centres not schools thus challenging and confronting the vulnerable and the elderly
    – Also are all vaccination centres geared up to administer the Pfizer vaccine and is there the supply to meet demand.

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