BRADFORD's Covid-19 vaccination bus is out in the district today offering jabs to people who are eligible for the vaccine but have not yet taken up the offer.

Run in partnership by Bradford District and Craven CCG and Bradford Council, people eligible for the vaccine can visit the bus to get their jab with no appointment needed.

It is open to the over 40s, carers, frontline health and social care staff, and over 18s who are classed as clinically vulnerable.

The vaccine bus' first stop will be the Thornbury Centre in Leeds Old Road, where people can drop in for their jab between 10am and 1pm.

It will then move on to Laisterdyke Library and Community Centre in Manse Street, off Leeds Road, between 3pm and 7pm.

Anyone in these groups who has not yet taken up the offer of the Covid-19 vaccine is urged to come forward and get protected.

At fixed vaccine centres, all over 30s can now book their vaccine online to get protected against Covid.

In Bradford, 60 per cent of adults are currently vaccinated against Covid, trailing behind the national figure of 82 per cent.