Millions of people most เล่นสล็อต vulnerable to Covid-19 may be offered a third vaccination from September.
The government's scientific advisers have issued new guidance to ministers on who should get Covid booster jabs from the autumn, if the data suggests they are needed.
What's the new advice?
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) - which advises ministers - says third Covid jabs should be offered to prolong the benefits of the first and second injections, especially in the run-up to winter.
The JCVI says it will publish final plans before September, taking into account:
the latest epidemiological situation
data from re-vaccination trials, such as the Cov-Boost study
how well the vaccines are working over time
The government says it's working closely with the NHS to ensure that if a booster programme happens, it can be deployed rapidly from September.
Who is being offered the vaccine now?
Anyone aged 18 or over can now book a jab in England, either online or by calling 119. You can also visit a walk-in clinic without an appointment. Check your local health providers and social media groups for details.
By 19 July, it's hoped that all adults will have had their first dose and everyone aged over 40 - and the clinically extremely vulnerable - will have been offered their second.
In Scotland, over-18s can now register to get the vaccine on the NHS inform website or by calling 0800 030 8013.