Those with severely weakened immune systems who are over 12 should be given a third Covid vaccine, experts say.
Everyone aged 16 and over in the UK can already receive the Covid vaccine.
Will I get a booster jab?
This includes those with blood cancer, advanced HIV and recent organ or stem-cell transplants – who make up less than less than 1% of the population.
Health Secretary Sajid Javid said people would be contacted “as soon as possible, to discuss their needs and arrange an appointment for a third dose”.
He said the separate booster programme prioritising those most at risk from Covid-19 was still planned to begin in September.
It suggested a booster jab could be offered alongside the flu vaccine.
However an exact start date has not yet been set, and we don’t know whether the booster scheme will be extended to all adults.
Whether all 12- to 15-year-olds will be offered a vaccine is yet to be decided.
Who’s being vaccinated at the moment?
The vaccine is also available for over-12s with underlying health conditions, or those who live with others at high risk.
NHS England has been