Chief medical officers have given the go-ahead for jabs for secondary school-age children. How was the decision made, and are schools up to the task?
After months of uncertainty, the UK’s four chief medical officers have said that Covid-19 vaccinations can be offered to all 12-to-15-year-olds. How was the decision made, how will the vaccines be rolled out, and what difference will they make?
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