Press secretary says there are no plans for 24-hour centres, citing apparent lack of demand
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There are no plans for 24-hour provision of coronavirus vaccinations because there is “not a clamour” from the public for appointments beyond 8pm, Downing Street has said.
As No 10 said people in their 80s could be asked to drive up to 90 minutes to and from centres to receive Covid vaccinations, officials said so far few people wanted appointments outside the current 8am to 8pm timetable.