Sajid Javid (@sajidjavid )

Sajid Javid

Bio Member of Parliament for Bromsgrove & Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
Location Bromsgrove
Tweets 10,0K
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Account created 04-02-2009 13:35:33
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Twitter for iPhone : This I want to reiterate my commitment to supporting people with dementia, their families & carers.

UK researchers are at the forefront of global efforts to find treatments or a cure & we are reforming social care to ensure the best possible care for all.

Twitter for iPhone : “You get more of a ban from sport for doping than you do for abusing a child”

I had the privilege of working alongside Charlie Webster to close the Position of Trust Loophole earlier this year.

Another powerful intervention, and deserves serious consideration from UK Athletics.

Twitter for iPhone : Great to speak London Tech Week today - the benefits of technology are enormous, especially in health & care.

We must build on the progress of the last 18 months and deliver this long-awaited digital revolution to support patients and staff .…

Twitter for iPhone : The National Booking Service is now open for those who are eligible to book their booster vaccine once invited by the NHS.

Make sure you book yours as soon as you can to give yourself the best possible protection from the virus this winter.…

Twitter for iPhone : We’re adding folic acid to white flour to prevent life-threatening spinal conditions in hundreds of babies each year.

Folic acid is safe, taste-free and will make a huge difference to so many families.…

Hootsuite Inc. : The NHS COVID-19 vaccination programme has already prevented 24 million cases and saved more than 112,000 lives.

Over a million people will be invited for a booster jab this week. When you're invited, please take up the offer.…

Hootsuite Inc. : 3.4 million 18 to 24 year olds have already had their first COVID-19 jab.

Students going back to uni, like Patricia, can get their first or second dose at pop-up sites, pharmacies, GP practices, or vaccination centres in their university town or city. 🎓

Twitter for iPhone : Violence against those working in the health service is unacceptable.

NHS staff work tirelessly to care for patients and shouldn’t have to fear for their safety.

We’re doing all we can alongside the NHS to protect staff from abuse and bring offenders to justice.