Hancock ‘very excited’ as vaccinations open up to people aged 42 as himself

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Hancock ‘very excited’ as vaccinations open up to people aged 42 as himself” – below is their description.

    Health Secretary Matt Hancock has released a video message saying he is “standing by” his phone waiting for a text message as he was now eligible for the jab.

    People in England who are aged 42 and over, or those who will turn 42 before July 1, can now arrange their vaccine appointment through the national booking website.

    A quarter of UK adults are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19, with a record number of second doses delivered in the past seven days, latest figures show.

    A total of 13,201,811 people have now received both jabs – the equivalent of 25 per cent of the adult population.

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