Why we must all continue to do our bit to stay on track with Covid-19 roadmap - YEP Comment

The vaccine programme in Leeds is making “excellent progress”, health leaders have said, as they underlined the message for residents to get their jab when called.

Wednesday, 19th May 2021, 4:45 am
The vaccination centre at Elland Road. Picture: Simon Hulme.

With cases of the Indian variant of Covid-19 continuing to crop up across the country, experts in Leeds have urged people to book their vaccine as soon as they are eligible to protect themselves and others.

It comes after Boris Johnson said there was no “conclusive” evidence to deviate from the road map out of lockdown, despite concerns over the variant.

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We all must continue to do our bit and observe the current coronavirus advice, rules and restrictions.

In doing so, it will hopefully ensure that the good work, which so many people in Leeds have contributed to, does not go to waste.