Coronavirus vaccine appointments open for 35 to 39-year-olds in Jersey

Those aged 35 to 39-years-old can now book appointments to get their coronavirus vaccine. Credit: ITV Channel TV

Those aged 35 to 39-years-old in Jersey can now book appointments to get their coronavirus vaccine, with jabs starting on Saturday 8 May.

The government are urging young people who may not see themselves at risk to come forward and book a vaccine as soon as possible.

More than 88,000 total doses have been given out so far, including over 52,000 first doses.

The head of Jersey's coronavirus vaccination programme says "significant progress" is being made.

Appointments can be made online gov.je/vaccine or by calling the coronavirus freephone helpline on 0800 735 5566.