Matt Hancock urges everyone over 32-years-old to get their vaccine

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    People aged 32 and 33 in England will be able to book their first coronavirus jab from Saturday, the NHS has said.

    Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said extending the rollout to 32 and 33-year-olds is “an incredible step forward in the biggest and most successful vaccination programme in NHS history” and urged people to get their jab when contacted.

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