Over-65s face future curbs if they fail to have Covid booster jab, Sajid Javid hints
The Independent says Over-65s will face restrictions on their freedoms in future if they choose not to have a Covid booster jab, the health secretary has suggested.
Sajid Javid hinted the government is considering adopting a crackdown similar to that in France – which will require a third dose in order to be classed as “fully vaccinated” on the country’s health pass.
The pass is required for entry to bars, cafés, restaurants, leisure centres, tourist sites and long-distance trains, by providing either proof of vaccination or of a recent negative Covid test.
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