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‘I’ve missed going to gigs’: UK under-30s on why they got double-jabbed

Four people on what convinced them to have a second Covid jab – and why there may have been a slow uptake among peers

A hesitant uptake of second Covid vaccine doses among people under 30 in parts of the UK has given the government concern for months.

As of 18 September, data shows that the proportion of fully vaccinated under-30s is 54.6% in England and 55.3% in Scotland (the government dashboard doesn’t provide detailed age breakdowns for Wales and Northern Ireland) based on ONS population figures as opposed to counts by GP records, which are a more volatile denominator.

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