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  • A million over-80s offered Covid jab as more mass vaccination centres open
  • Ten more mass vaccination centres to open in England Sky News
  • More mass vaccination centres opening as target to reach 2m jabs a week appears within reach
  • Mass vaccination centres will open in Norwich and Wickford tomorrow
  • They will join the seven existing large-scale centres to offer vaccines
  • Ten new mass Covid jab centres open as drive to vaccinate picks up pace Ten further mass vaccination centres are due to open in England this week with more than a million over-80s invited to receive their coronavirus jab as part of the drive to protect 15m people in the most vulnerable groups by mid-February. It comes as health secretary Matt Hancock urged the public to “play their part” in supporting “the largest vaccination programme in British history”, including helping the elderly attend their appointments. Mr... The Independent

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