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Pregnant women, those who are breastfeeding, and women planning on starting a family are all encouraged to have their Covid-19 vaccines as soon as possible, to protect themselves and their child

Pregnant women urged to get vaccinated

Pregnant women, those who are breastfeeding, and women planning on starting a family are all encouraged to have their Covid-19 vaccines as soon as possible, to protect themselves and their child.
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People who need to enter a registered care home for work or to volunteer have just 48 hours left in which to get the first dose of their lifesaving Covid-19 vaccine so that they can be fully vaccinated by the time new regulations come into force in November

Care home workers have just 48 hours to get first Covid jab

People who need to enter a registered care home for work or to volunteer have just 48 hours left in which to get the first dose of their lifesaving Covid-19 vaccine so that they can be fully vaccinated by the time new regulations come into force in November.
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With hundreds of people in Wolverhampton still testing positive for Covid-19 every week, residents are being urged to remain alert to the virus and do all they can to stop its spread

Covid’s not over – keep playing your part

With hundreds of people in Wolverhampton still testing positive for Covid-19 every week, residents are being urged to remain alert to the virus and do all they can to stop its spread.
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Covid's Not Over - have both doses of your life-saving vaccine

Grab your jab in Wolverhampton this week

More Covid-19 walk-in vaccination clinics are open around Wolverhampton this week, to make it as easy as possible to get protected from the deadly virus.
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Care home workers urged to get Covid-19 jab within week

Care home workers urged to get Covid-19 jab within week

People who need to enter a registered care home for work or to volunteer have just a week left in which to get the first dose of their life saving Covid-19 vaccine, in order to be fully vaccinated by the time new regulations come into force in November.
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