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When can I have a booster jab and how do I book one?

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When can I have a booster jab and how do I book one?



The first double-vaccinated 16 and 17-year-olds in England can now book a booster jab or attend a walk-in vaccination centre.

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Meanwhile, Morrisons is the latest employer to cut sick pay for unvaccinated staff who have to self-isolate after spending time with someone with Covid.

Across the UK, fully vaccinated close contacts no longer have to quarantine - unless they also test positive.

Is the Covid vaccine compulsory?
For most people in the UK, the Covid vaccine is not mandatory.

However, all front-line NHS staff in England (with some exceptions) must be fully vaccinated by 1 April. Care home staff in England must also already be vaccinated (unless exempt).

Morrisons has confirmed it has cut sick pay for unvaccinated workers who are forced to isolate after being exposed to Covid.

Workers will receive only the statutory-sick-pay (SSP) minimum (£96.35 per week), unless there are mitigating circumstances.

Unvaccinated staff who test positive for the virus will still receive full sick pay, regardless of vaccination status.

A number of companies including Next, Ikea, Ocado and Wessex Water have already made similar changes.

When can I have a booster?
In England boosters are now available to all over-18s three months after their second dose - but appointments can be booked after two months.

Some walk-in appointments may also be available.

In Scotland boosters can be booked online.

In Wales people should wait to be invited, with older and higher-risk people being prioritised.

In Northern Ireland people aged 18 to 29 can go to walk-in hubs, and make booster appointments.