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COVID vaccine weekly: do British teenagers really need vaccinating more than adults overseas?

By Rob Reddick, Commissioning Editor, COVID-19
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Close to 40 million people in the UK have had two COVID vaccine doses. This gives Britain one of the highest rates of coverage in the world, with nearly 60% of the population fully vaccinated. And with vaccines soon to be rolled out to 16- and 17-year-olds, this is going to increase further still.

Expanding vaccination into younger age groups has an array of benefits, says

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