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More than four in 10 over-80s who received a coronavirus vaccine during the current lockdown appear to have since broken the rules by meeting up with someone indoors, PA Media reports. PA says:
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Some 43% of elderly people surveyed by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said they had met someone other than a personal care support worker, member of their household or support bubble indoors since being vaccinated.
And 41% of over-80s vaccinated in the previous three weeks said they had done so – “appearing to break lockdown regulations”, according to the ONS.