Four more Covid vaccine clinics are taking place for Rutland residents, starting this Saturday 2nd October.
People aged 16 and over can get the covid vaccine this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Leicester’s King Power Stadium. This is the second time that Leicester City Football Club has hosted the clinics, following on from a successful series held in July 2021.
The NHS in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland is encouraging people to take advantage of the many drop-in clinics for the covid vaccine taking place this bank holiday weekend and into the following week, including clinics coming up at King Power Stadium.
Children aged 12 to 15, a who are clinically extremely vulnerable and at increased risk from Covid, or who live with someone who is at risk, are being urged to have the covid vaccine as soon as possible.
People living in South Wigston and surrounding areas are being encouraged to get the covid vaccine at a pop-up clinic taking place this week at a local college.
The local NHS in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) is inviting young people nearing their 18th birthday for their life-saving Covid jab.
People who live and work in certain areas of Leicester and are eligible for the Covid vaccine are invited to drop-in to one of eight locations this weekend to get vaccinated.
NHS bosses have expressed their appreciation to the thousands of volunteers who have supported the covid vaccination programme across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
The Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Groups and Leicester City Council are pleased to announce details for how they will be increasing the pace of the Covid-19 vaccination programme in Leicester over the next two weeks, to help stop the spread of coronavirus in the city and in particular the variant of concern B.1.617.2, a coronavirus variant first identified in India.
From today anyone aged 38 and over and those who will turn 38 before 1 July 2021 are now eligible for their Covid-19 vaccination. The latest advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) is that those that are 39 and under should have the Pfizer – BioNTech vaccine. Eligible people should receive […]