RESIDENTS aged between 25 and 29 are now eligible for the coronavirus vaccine.
The age has been lowered once more to help protect residents against the growing Indian variant and in light of so called 'freedom day' on June 21.
Health officials have already confirmed that anyone under the age of 40 will not receive the AstraZeneca vaccine for fears of blood clots in younger people.
More than 109,000 Barnsley residents, or half of the town's population, has since received the second dose of their vaccine after the roll-out began in December.
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