People aged 25 to 29 are soon to be able to book their coronavirus vaccination according to the Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s latest Covid announcement. After months of waiting, those in this age group will be able to book in a time to get their jab.
Mr Hancock today confirmed 25 to 29 year olds in England will be able to book a Covid vaccine from tomorrow morning (Tuesday, June 8).
Text messages will be sent to those registered with their GP surgeries, asking them to book their jabs.
June 7 will mark six months since the vaccination programme began worldwide.
Thus far, 14m people have been vaccinated in the UK and two billion doses have been delivered across the globe.
In the UK, 76 percent of adults have now had at least one dose, while 56 percent have received both jabs.
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Only those currently aged 30 and over before July 1, 2021, are able to book the Covid vaccine, unless they have another health condition which makes them more vulnerable.
As well as clicking on the text sent by your GP practice, you can also bok only at larger vaccination centres or a pharmacy which provides COVID-19 vaccinations.
You can currently book your jab if you are aged 30 and over here.
From tomorrow morning, all those aged 25 to 29 will also be able to book using the above link.