Covid: Vaccinating by age not job ‘will save the most lives’ – Hancockon February 26, 2021 at 7:54 pm

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Putting over-40s ahead of teachers or police officers is “the moral thing to do”, Matt Hancock says.

Prof Jonathan Van-Tam said ONS data on occupations with the highest Covid death rates begin with restaurant and catering establishment managers or proprietors, followed by metal-working and machine operatives, food, drink and tobacco process operatives, chefs, and taxi and cab drivers.

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