Booster jabs can be booked online, says Javid

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Published on October 20, 2021 - Duration: 01:22s

Booster jabs can be booked online, says Javid

Those eligible for a Covid booster jab can book an appointment for one online if they have not received an invitation from the NHS, the Health Secretary has said.

It applies to over-50s and other priority groups who are six months past receiving their second dose of coronavirus vaccine.

Sajid Javid: "Please get on to the national booking service and book online, or phone 119, not just to save lives but to keep your freedoms too." Report by Buseld.

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