Experts recommend Covid jabs for some under-18s in UK

The vaccines minister says experts think vulnerable children and those close to 18 should be jabbed. Source link

Covid: Global healthcare workers missing out on jabs

Campaigners say millions have not had even one vaccine dose, raising concerns for their communities. Source link

Heart inflammation link to Pfizer and Moderna jabs

But European regulators say the benefits of Covid vaccines continue to far outweigh the risks. Source link

Covid: Britons reassured over India-made Covishield jabs and EU travel

Vaccine expert Adam Finn says the jab is “exactly the same”, describing the issue as “administrative”. Source link

Covid-19: 'Very few' Covid hospital patients had two jabs, NHS boss says

But NHS boss Chris Hopson says it’s “incredibly striking” how busy hospitals are with backlogs. Source link

Covid: UK passes 60m jabs milestone after 762,000 in a day

Health chief urges people to get their second jab, as more than 760,000 doses are given in a day. Source link

Covid: Pfizer and AstraZeneca jabs effective against Indian variant – study

They are effective against symptomatic disease but protection is low after only one dose, a study says. Source link

Covid: WHO urges Wales to delay giving children jabs

Wales asked to donate vaccines to low-income countries by the World Health Organization. Source link

Coronavirus: Frail person hospitalised despite having two jabs

Health secretary Matt Hancock told The Andrew Marr Show that five people have been hospitalised in Bolton with the Indian variant of Covid-19, despite having had their first vaccine dose. He added that a frail person who had received both jabs had also been hospitalised with coronavirus. Source link

Indian variant: Second jabs could be brought forward to tackle rise

Local restrictions have also not been ruled out in areas worst affected by the Indian variant. Source link