Under 45s in the UK: share your thoughts on the vaccine rollout

We would like to hear from those in the UK who are under 45 about their thoughts on being vaccinated

A doctor shows an empty vial of AstraZeneca vaccine against the coronavirus (Covid-19) are seen at a drive-in for vaccinations in Schwelm, western Germany.
A doctor holding an empty vial of AstraZeneca. Photograph: Ina Fassbender/AFP/Getty Images
A doctor holding an empty vial of AstraZeneca. Photograph: Ina Fassbender/AFP/Getty Images

First published on Wed 7 Apr 2021 10.33 EDT

Forty-four year olds will be able to get a vaccine in England from Monday, with those over 40 likely to follow shortly. About half a million more people will be eligible to book an appointment online or by ringing 119.

We’d like to hear from people under 45 about how they feel about the vaccine rollout.

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