Voice of the Mirror: Now is time to get jabs into arms of all who risk lives for jobs

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Giving early vaccinations to teachers, police officers and other frontline workers will keep them safe and is right for Britain.

After inoculating our health and care workers plus the oldest and most medically vulnerable people, let’s call up the millions who risk their lives to do essential jobs.

That includes firefighters, shop workers, bus and rail staff, street cleaners, taxi drivers, factory workers, prison officers and everybody else without the option of working from home.

We want schools to reopen as soon as it is safe, and vaccinated teachers are less likely to take sick leave or be forced to self-isolate.

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Now is the moment for the Government to tweak existing plans and get jabs into the arms of those who come into contact with other people and, in some occupations, endure heavier death tolls.

Sort it out, Prime Minister.

Get gone, Don

Goodbye and good riddance to graceless Donald Trump, the worst President and biggest loser in the history of the US.

Departing to jeers after provoking a failed coup, Trump will be judged harshly by history.

But the poison this cynical liar injected into America is likely to infect and divide the country for decades to come.

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Incoming President Joe Biden has his work cut out healing the deep wounds inflicted
by Trump if he is to repair the country his predecessor repeatedly trashed.

So good luck to you, President Biden.

You are going to need it.

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