The majority of clinically extremely vulnerable people plan to shield until their second vaccine. This is how they feel about the guidelines changing.
1.7 million more people will now be told to shield. Here's why.
It comes after Oxford University experts identified additional adults at serious risk from coronavirus.
Charities are calling for certain groups with diabetes to be added to the shielded list.
Many who are clinically extremely vulnerable have been shielding since March, but the renewed guidance still comes as a blow.
In some areas, clinically extremely vulnerable people are being told not to go to work even if they are unable to work from home.
The government has shared new guidance for the clinically extremely vulnerable.
"You’re the only person that’s rung me and asked me if I need help or anything."
Charities hit out at vagueness of new advice and lack of support.
A new scheme is reportedly being considered, which could see hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people told to stay home.