NHS invites people aged 36 and 37 for life-saving COVID-19 jab

NHS invites people aged 36 and 37 for life-saving COVID-19 jab

 

The NHS COVID-19 vaccination programme, the biggest in health service history, continues its rollout to people in their thirties, opening to people aged 36 and 37 from today (Tuesday 18/05).

More than a million more people will be eligible for a life-saving COVID-19 jab.

The move to the next age group comes as more than 930,000 appointments were made in the days since the NHS COVID-19 vaccination programmes opened to 38 and 39 year olds.

More than three out of four people aged 40 to 49 – over five and a half million people – have also received a vital first dose of protection.

Read more on the NHS website.

To book your vaccine dial 119 (free of charge) or visit the NHS website.

Got a question about your vaccine? Visit our dedicated FAQs webpage.

 

 

 

 

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