UK Covid booster jabs policy: what has changed?

Posted by on November 15, 2021 10:01 am
Categories: Global Stories

JCVI changes guidance on boosters for people aged 40-49 and second jabs for 16- and 17-year-olds

Until now, Covid booster jabs were only being offered to adults aged 50 and older, and those in at-risk groups. This is now being extended to include all adults aged 40 to 49, with England, Wales and Scotland so far saying they would enact the new policy and Northern Ireland expected to follow suit. This third jab will be given six months or more after the second dose.

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