Vaccine to be distributed by darts in order to appeal to gammons

The NHS has announced that they will begin to distribute the Covid-19 vaccine through the tips of darts in order to appeal to gammons.

With the vaccination rates slowing to a crawl, in large part thanks to ham-faced men, the NHS will begin to change its approach.

Starting next week, nurses will be visiting pubs across Britain with multiple sets of darts that have been laced with the Covid-19 vaccine.

“There are thousands of dart-related accidents in pubs every day, we want to put this to good use and get the nation vaccinated,” said a spokesperson for the NHS.

While Britain’s current vaccination rate is 69%, a nice figure, experts believe the new scheme could push the rate above 90%.

Or double-top, bullseye, if you prefer.