'God knows when I’ll get my chance for the vaccine'
Sitting out the pandemic in a tiny one-bedroom flat
Good morning Millers — today’s post is the final part in our series of articles about readers who have been shielding this year. It’s another insight into the lives that have been the most hidden from us since the Spring.
Steph lives with a serious health condition in a small flat with no natural light, and worries about when she is going to be able to get back to normal life. It is situations like hers that make this morning’s news about the approval of the Oxford vaccine so significant. Hopefully it means she can get vaccinated sooner than she thinks.
If you missed yesterday’s newsletter, it was a members-only story about the fire safety crisis that is causing chaos in the Manchester property market and rendering lots of flats valueless.
If you would prefer to read the online version of today’s story, click here.
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