However, unions have been calling for more key workers to be vaccinated as they are at risk of contracting Covid A decision on which groups will be prioritised in the second phase of the roll-out is expected by mid-February. Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi suggested he would be in favour of including retail workers in a priority grouping, alongside teachers and police. Meanwhile, a petition calling for teachers, school and childcare staff to be prioritised has gained more than , signatures. The JCVI — an independent expert advisory committee — drew up a list of who should be prioritised in September last year. The Weeknd is boycotting the Grammy Awards forever: 'I will no longer submit my music'.
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By Mark Duell for MailOnline. The Children's Commissioner today insisted teachers should receive Covid vaccinations after the first on the priority list as calls grow for schools to reopen. Anne Longfield said about , teachers and , support staff could all be given the jab 'in a couple of days' given recent data on UK vaccination capacity. She added that this would only mean the unders would have to wait an extra 48 hours while teachers got their vaccinations in order to get schools reopened.
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The JCVI vaccine authority has announced the order in which healthy adults under 50 should get the jab - with s first, then s, then s last. Get our daily coronavirus email newsletter with all the news you need to know direct to your inbox. Teachers and other key workers are not set to be prioritised in the final stage of the UK's Covid vaccine rollout.