The head of NHS Providers has said “very, very few” Covid patients in hospital in England have received two coronavirus jabs – showing the vaccines provide “very high” levels of protection.
Chris Hopson said patients tended now to be younger – meaning there was a lower need for critical care.
But he said it was “incredibly striking” how busy hospitals were, as they deal with non-Covid backlogs.
Trusts were going “full pelt”, he said.
Meanwhile, Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi has confirmed that the government is considering making coronavirus vaccines compulsory for NHS staff.
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