Health secretary Matt Hancock recently confirmed that all adults who share a home with someone who is immunocompromised will be offered a vaccine by mid-April. This will include people living with someone who is having chemotherapy, has HIV or blood cancer, or are taking drugs to dampen their immune system after an organ transplant.
This is an important milestone in regards to people living with HIV and those who share a home with them, meaning that jabs should be available for those who wish to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.
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