NHS England eases GPs’ workload to focus on Covid booster jabs

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Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “NHS England eases GPs’ workload to focus on Covid booster jabs” – below is their description.

NHS England has told GPs their work loads can be eased to allow them to focus on the booster vaccine roll out – in a push to put vaccines in arms as the omicron variant spreads.

It follows a government drive to make the booster vaccine available to all adults and to cut the time between the second and third doses down to three months.

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