How many jabs have you had? Covid symptoms can look different in the fully jabbed – study

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Doctor Mary Ramsay, director of public health programmes at the UK Health Security Agency, reiterated the importance of boosting immune defences as Covid cases increase.

She said: “We’re seeing sustained increases in COVID-19 cases and hospitalisation rates, so we continue to urge those eligible for vaccinations to come forward, whether that’s a first dose or a booster.

“Vaccines are the best protection against severe disease and hospitalisation this winter and it’s never too late to take up your first dose.

“If you are unwell or have symptoms or a respiratory infection, it is particularly important to avoid contact with elderly people or those who are more likely to have severe disease because of their ongoing health conditions.”



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