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The British government will offer COVID-19 booster vaccines to 32 million Britons starting early next month. The campaign could start as soon as Sept. 6, which would see the rollout completed by early December.

But the World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for a halt on giving booster doses as the ‘vaccine gap’ between wealthy and poorer countries widens. Some experts view that immunising a lot of people in a few countries while leaving the virus unchecked in large parts of the world would simply allow more variants to emerge in these places. And the more that happens, the higher is the risk that the virus will evolve to an extent that our vaccines, treatments, and tests are no longer effective.

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