Britain ‘didn’t need boosters’, says top Covid tsar Sir John Bell


Oxford University's Sir John Bell, who served as Boris Johnson's testing tsar, said he's 'not entirely sure' that the nation needed top-up jabs, which health chiefs said was vital to boost protection amid the Omicron wave last winter

Oxford University’s Sir John Bell, who served as Boris Johnson’s testing tsar, said he’s ‘not entirely sure’ that the nation needed top-up jabs, which health chiefs said was vital to boost protection amid the Omicron wave last winter

Britain didn’t need to roll out Covid booster jabs to the entire population, one of the country’s top virus experts said today.

Sir John Bell, who served as Boris Johnson’s testing tsar and an early member of the vaccines taskforce, said he’s ‘not…



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