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Britain opens the door to Corona vaccinations for young people at the age of 36

Matt Hancock, the British Minister of Health, announced that people between the ages of 36 and 37 can now book the Corona virus vaccine to get vaccinated, and the Minister of Health said that he is "happy that Britain has been able to open vaccinations for the next age group, which is young people and urged anyone who receives the call to receive it." The vaccine. "

According to the British newspaper, "The Daily Mirror," Hancock said in a tweet on Twitter: "Young people between the ages of 36 and 37 can get the Corona vaccine, the vaccine saves lives and helps us put together the roadmap. Thank you very much to everyone who plays their role in our national efforts."

Meanwhile, people at the age of 50 are undergoing second doses of Corona vaccines, on the advice of the British Joint Commission on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI).

The moves come amid continuing concern about the fast-spreading B.1.617.2 variant - which was first identified in India - with some scientists warning that it could trigger a new, fatal wave of the virus.

The British flocked to get their vaccines with the increase in vaccination, amid fears of the spread of the Indian alternative to the Corona virus.

Additional supplies of more than 1,000 Pfizer vaccines have been provided daily for the next two weeks to East Lancashire, Britain, which currently has the third-highest Corona rate in the United Kingdom after Bolton and Bedford.

During the weekend, more than 6,200 vaccines were given in the Bolton area, and the Blackburn area on Monday began increasing the number of people eligible for vaccinations.