Health Minister Maggie Throup tells me the Department of Health and Social Care will “be updating the House shortly” on the rollout of Evusheld, a drug approved for use in adults who are unlikely to mount an immune response from COVID-19 vaccination or for whom vaccination is not recommended.

With only 2 more days until recess, it looks like immunocompromised people will have to wait until the autumn to find out whether they can have access to this potentially life-changing drug.

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