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NHS asks all over-70s in England to book Covid vaccine appointment

In switch of policy, health service asks people aged 70 and over to arrange their first jab, rather than wait to be invited

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People aged 70 and over in England are being urged to arrange to have a Covid-19 vaccine if they have not already been inoculated, in a change of tactics by the NHS.

Until now the NHS has asked people not to contact them and to wait to be invited to come for their first dose of either the Pfizer/BioNTech or Astra Zeneca/Oxford vaccine.

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