Tony Blair: There is no acceptable non-medical reason to turn down a vaccine

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    Former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that there is no acceptable argument for not having the vaccine unless you have a good medical reason.

    Mr Blair also called for vaccinated citizens to be released from lockdown restrictions.

    In a report called ‘Less Risk, More Freedom’, Mr Blair’s think tank explores a vision for how the country could remain open if the virus persisted.

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