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More than 14,000 people in Tameside have had their first Covid-19 vaccine as borough pushes 'ahead of the curve'

direct to your inboxMore than 14,000 people in Tameside have received the Covid-19 jab as the borough pushes ‘ahead of the curve’ and bosses now want to see teachers immunised to ‘stop the damage’ to young people.By the end of Friday a huge 16,000 residents of Tameside and Glossop will have received the first dose of either the Pfizer/BioNTech or the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine.And a further 2,000 have already received their second dose which should guarantee up to 95pc immunity from the virus.However health chiefs say they are ‘frustrated’ that they cannot currently vaccinate teaching staff as part of the programme timetable for priority groups.Council leader Brenda Warrington told a meeting of the full council on Tuesday night that the.

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