Who is being vaccinated? Older and vulnerable people in England can now book an extra booster jab against Covid.

Who is being vaccinated? Older and vulnerable people in England can now book an extra booster jab against Covid.

 

Older and vulnerable people in England can now book an extra booster jab against Covid.

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Spring boosters are also being rolled out in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.


How long after Covid can I get the booster?
You should wait four weeks from the date of a positive test before having your jab, even if you have no symptoms.

Under-18s who aren't at high risk from Covid should wait 12 weeks after a positive test.

You shouldn't have the booster if you have a severe illness or high fever. However, patient information from Pfizer and Moderna says you don't need to delay for a mild fever or a cold.

The vaccines don't infect you with Covid, and can't cause positive results on a lateral flow or PCR test.


Which children are being vaccinated?
All five to 11-year-olds in the UK can have a low-dose Covid vaccine.

It will be offered on a "non-urgent" basis in England from April. Children have already started to get the dose in Scotland, and plans are also underway in Wales and Northern Ireland.

Children whose parents decide to take up the offer will be given two 10 microgram doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, at least 12 weeks apart.

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