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UK vaccine booster Q&A: what will be given and when, explained by public health expert

By Andrew Lee, Reader in Global Public Health, University of Sheffield
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The national effort to immunise the UK population against COVID-19 has been phenomenal. In six months, more than 56 million vaccine doses have been given to over 36 million people. With the distribution of first and second doses going well, the British government is now considering if and when it should give people a third, booster dose.

However, reports so far have been contradictory.…

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