People in England aged 30 and 31 are now being invited to book their coronavirus vaccinations.
Following a move to the next stage of the vaccine rollout, anyone who will be aged 30 or over before 1 July 2021 can now book their jab through the NHS.
People who are clinically vulnerable, have a learning disability, get a Carer’s Allowance or are a frontline health or social worker, can also still book to get the jab.
To date, more than 38.1 million people in the UK have had their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine – that’s around 72.5% of the adult population. Meanwhile, more than 23.2 million people have also had their second dose (around 44.1% of the adult population).
People that are eligible can book their vaccine on the NHS website, or alternatively by phoning 119.