Covid booster jabs to be given 'a month earlier' amid fears of winter surge The NHS is to invite people for Covid booster jabs five months after they have had their second dose form next week in a change from the current six months, it is reported Covid: Figures show vaccine booster gap in high-risk groupsMore than 100,000 Scots are waiting for a booster despite receiving their second dose more than six months ago. Covid-19: School Covid tests and Ed Sheeran's 'gnarly' symptomsFive things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening. NHS top doctor warns Brits to get Covid booster jab or Christmas is cancelledProfessor Stephen Prowess, the medical director of NHS England, said Brits must take up the offer of the Covid booster jab if eligible to "protect the freedom" earned and keep Christmas on track COVID-19: Record number of coronavirus booster jabs administered - with 800,000 given in past 72 hoursSaturday was the biggest booster day on record, with 325,140 third vaccine doses given. Currently, around 10 million people are eligible for the booster jab. COVID-19: More than 1.6 million people to be invited for booster vaccineMore than 86 million vaccines have already been delivered and nine in 10 adults have received their first dose since the COVID vaccine rollout began in December 2020. Who can get a booster jab and how do I book?Covid UK: When could I get my NHS booster jab? COVID-19: Millions of booster jab invites being sent out as government resists more calls for Plan BAfter a record-setting few days for the booster programme, with five million people having now received a booster since the campaign began last month, it's hoped major progress will be made over half-term.