NHS administrative staff and Boots pharmacy workers have reportedly received the jab in north-west London, despite GPs and other frontline health workers being denied the vaccine. It comes after NHS administrative staff and Boots pharmacy workers in north-west London were reportedly given the vaccine. BMA chair Chaand Nagpaul added that there was no consistent policy for inoculating frontline staff. Some of them who tried to get vaccinated at nearby hospital trusts were refused the jab, the Times reports. Those risking their lives deserve clarity and assurance that they really matter. GPs in Surrey, Nottinghamshire and Cardiff have been told they cannot book a vaccination appointment yet, according to the medical magazine Pulse.
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Family doctors have reportedly been told the vaccine must be their 'top priority' and they should consider 'postponing other activities' to aid the acceleration of the rollout. GP surgeries in England are being sent the Oxford Covid vaccine with reports doctors are being urged to "stand down" routine care. The drive to mass vaccinate the population will gather pace with the jab available at GP-led services from Thursday, NHS England said. It comes as the UK faces a race to protect the population after the daily reported death toll topped 1, for the first time since April.
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