There’s a debate about giving UK teenagers the Covid jab. But neglecting low-income countries carries a huge risk
They started queuing along the beach road first thing in the morning, and before long the line of young people stretched out of sight.
When a drop-in centre in the Scottish seaside town of Troon offered Covid jabs to anyone over 18 on Sunday, Generation Z responded in droves, as they did to a similar offer in the London suburb of Twickenham last week.
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