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LONDON, Jan 20 (Reuters) – Members of the British public who are not yet eligible for COVID-19 vaccination have been able to book appointments in state-run facilities to get the vaccine by using a loophole in the booking system, London’s Evening Standard reported. However, people who do not fall into those categories have been able to book appointments at several vaccinations centres by using direct links to the booking system shared through private messaging and social media, the paper reported. Their investigation found it was possible to book a vaccine appointment for the following day at a centre in east London, along with another appointment for the second dose. The booking, which was subsequently cancelled by the newspaper, required only basic personal information to be provided, they said. […] The Evening Standard Quote: d the trust as saying people attending the centre would be required to provide proof they had been personally invited and were eligible.
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