18 to 49 year-old's are now starting to be vaccinated - and HSC is looking for more registered and retired professionals to help speed up the process.
Phase 1 of the Covid-19 vaccination programme started in January this year and nearly 47,000 doses have been administered to date.
Most of these have been delivered at the Beau Sejour Community Vaccination Centre, while smaller numbers have been vaccinated at their GP practices, care homes and home settings for vulnerable islanders.
Summer is approaching, borders are set to re-open fully in July and vaccination status is set to form an important part of a travellers 'Covid Certification', raising concerns that younger people will be disadvantaged.
Pictured: The CCA has suggested that everyone who wants to be vaccinated, should be vaccinated by the autumn.
HSC says that it wants "to expand the vaccinator workforce to complete Phase 2 of the programme and to administer second doses to those in the early priority groups", but has not explained its reasons or its timeline for vaccinations further.
Anyone interested should still have a valid registration with their regulator body i.e. NMC, GMC or HCPC and can come from the following fields: nurses, midwives, pharmacists, doctors, dentists, anaesthetic assistants, chiropodists, dieticians, occupational therapists, operating department practitioners, orthoptists, orthotists/prosthetists, paramedics, physiotherapists, radiographers, speech and language therapists.
Those interested can email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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