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PremierLeague-News.Com - Nadhim Zahawi confirmed the move on Tuesday - after it emerged the AstraZeneca jab could be halted among younger people
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The Moderna coronavirus vaccine will be offered in the UK within just two weeks' time, a Tory minister has said. Nadhim Zahawi confirmed the move on Tuesday - after it emerged the AstraZeneca jab could be halted among younger people. Mr Zahawi told BBC Breakfast: "It will be in deployment around the third week of April in the NHS. "And we'll get more volume in May as well.” Channel 4 has confirmed the AstraZeneca vaccine is being plunged into doubt over links to blood clots in younger people. The TV channel reported on Easter Monday it could be halted among under-30s. Read More Related Articles The Chase contestant stunned as Bradley Walsh steps in and makes her offer Read More Related Articles Fresh rules for non-essential retail shops from April 12 Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi confirmed that MPs will be able to vote on the use of domestic vaccine passports should the Government decide to roll them out.
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. "Michael Gove is consulting with all stakeholders, including Parliamentarians, so we are not there yet. "But the Prime Minister made it very clear, if we do get to that place, then of course we will go to Parliament for a vote."
On international use of vaccine passports, he told Sky News: "It's important that we make sure that, operationally, that the protocols are designed and work in a way that is really advantageous to our citizens. "Which is why the taskforce, looking at this, is working through those protocols, at the same time as the NHS is operationally making it viable. "So if people do need their certificate, if and when it is appropriate for them to travel, then they will be able to have that certification available to them. "Use of certification domestically does throw up a number of difficult ethical questions, which is why Michael Gove has been consulting with businesses, with stakeholders, with colleagues in Parliament, so that we listen to all sorts of views."
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