From Monday 1st March everyone aged 60 to 63 who hasn’t yet had their first coronavirus vaccine dose will get their invite this week.
If you are in this age group, you will receive a letter inviting you to make an appointment at a vaccination centre or community pharmacy-led site through the national booking services.
Our practice is contacting people in the groups below to be vaccinated at our local GP-led clinic:
- people at clinical risk, including those identified by the Government’s clinical risk assessment tool. Read more about how the tool works at: digital.nhs.uk/clinical-tool/information-for-patients and why you might have been called
- adult carers
- people with a severe or profound learning disability
Anyone over 60, the clinically extremely vulnerable (including people who have been shielding), frontline health and social care workers can contact the NHS to book their vaccination through the national booking service – www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination or by calling 119 free of charge between 7am and 11pm seven days a week. If you are unable to book your appointment online or by calling 119, you can contact our practice to book.
We would encourage anyone who isn’t already registered with a GP to do so; no proof of address or immigration status is needed.