Patients aged 18 and older who have not yet had their first coronavirus vaccine are now being asked to contact the NHS via the NATIONAL ONLINE BOOKING SYSTEM or by calling 119 free of charge between 7am and 11pm.
For a full list of who can currently receive their vaccination please click here.
Reaseheath College students share their thoughts on upcoming vaccinations :
ICYMI: Our data has shown two doses of #COVID19 vaccines are highly effective against hospitalisation from the Delta (B.1.617.2) variant.
We'd encourage everyone who is eligible for a COVID-19 #vaccine to have both doses.
Read more: https://t.co/6z67CW85Zw
— Public Health England (@PHE_uk) June 18, 2021
Please remain as careful as ever with Covid as restrictions ease:
Nantwich and Rural Primary Care Network commenced their Covid 19 vaccination programme on Thursday 7th January at Nantwich Civic Hall. The site continued to host the programme until Friday June 18th.
Mr Marshall said: “We must all support the advisors and the NHS in their endeavour to beat this pandemic. I am, therefore, delighted to be receiving the vaccine today. Well done to all the researchers and staff”.
David Holden, Clinical Lead for Nantwich and Rural Primary Care Network said at the time : “We have worked really hard to get this site ready to begin the Covid 19 Vaccination Programme and we are really delighted to be able to begin vaccinating patients in the Nantwich and Rural area”.
Pictured: Mr Don Marshall receiving his vaccination from Dr Annabel London, GP, Kiltearn Medical Centre.