‘Challenged’ primary care ‘must not’ deliver urgent teen jabs, says NHSE

GPs should only give 12 to 15-years-olds the COVID vaccine as a last resort, according to NHS England, under new plans to expand capacity across the age group while protecting the fragile primary care sector.
‘Challenged’ primary care ‘must not’ deliver urgent teen jabs, says NHSE

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