Sajid Javid: Covid vaccines will ‘liberate’ young people

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Sajid Javid: Covid vaccines will ‘liberate’ young people” – below is their description.

The Health Secretary has said that Covid-19 vaccines should be viewed by young adults as liberating.

Sajid Javid sought to highlight the benefits of being double jabbed as proof of vaccination.

He avoided commenting on his colleague Michael Gove, who recently received criticism for saying that those who refuse vaccination are selfish.

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