People aged 34 and over can book a Covid-19 shock from Thursday, according to the NHS.
A link to the book will be sent in a text message to people aged 34 and 35 on Thursday or Friday asking them to sign up for their Covid vaccine.
Those in their early thirties who are waiting to be vaccinated are also screaming that they don’t have to wait long.
The NHS added that they expect to expand the offering to people in their early thirties “in the next few days and weeks”.
Health officials have also accelerated the schedule to offer second bursts to those who have already received a vaccine to ensure those at highest risk are protected from the variant of the virus first identified in India.
At the same time, the programs extend to younger age groups in order to reduce the risk.
Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director of the NHS in England, said: “The success of the NHS Covid-19 vaccination program, the largest in history, is not due to chance but rather to careful planning and precision by NHS staff that is now being delivered have 48.5 million doses across England in less than six months.
“The vaccine is the most important step we can take to keep ourselves, our families and our communities safe from Covid 19. So when you get called forward, book your appointment and join the tens of millions who are already were bumped. “
Health and Welfare Secretary Matt Hancock said: “Our vaccination program – the fastest and most successful in the history of the NHS – is advancing with 34 and 35 year olds now being invited to the sting.
“This is incredible news and means we are staying on track to meet our goal of offering a vaccine to all adults by the end of July.
“The vaccine is our way out of the pandemic and the key to normalization.
“I’m delighted that 70% of adults across the country were vaccinated with their first dose and 40% with their second.
“We have one of the highest intake rates in the world, but we will continue to do everything we can to ensure no one is left behind. Please sign up for the bump as soon as you get the offer – it could save and protect your life.” your loved ones. “
Which vaccine should I have?
Vaccination experts have previously recommended that people under the age of 40 should receive an alternative vaccine to the Oxford / AstraZeneca surge.
This is due to a link between the bite and extremely rare cases of blood clots.
Most under 40s are offered the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines.