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NHS England boss Simon Stevens to step down this summer

Sir Simon Stevens is to step down as head of NHS England and become a peer, the government has announced.

After seven years in the job, he will leave his role at the end of July after having overseen the Covid vaccination rollout to all adults.

Sir Simon had intended to leave sooner but agreed to stay on through last winter.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he had “led the NHS with great distinction”.

Read more at BBC News.

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