NEARLY three million adults in England have still not come forward for a Covid vaccine, data reveals.
Experts say the figure includes some people who could get extremely sick if they were to catch the virus reports the BBC.
Most elderly and vulnerable people have already had several protective shots.
Getting fully immunised saves lives by cutting the risk of severe Covid illness, although it cannot fully stop infections. Cases have been rising rapidly in the UK in recent weeks.
An estimated 2.7m people – or one in every 25 – is thought to be infected.
Fresh waves of Covid are also being seen in other countries because of waning immunity and new Covid variants. The virus keeps mutating or changing.
The chief of the World Health Organization has warned that the pandemic is “nowhere near over”.
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