A new vaccine centre is being opened to the public at Loughborough Hospital this week.
One in four Rutland residents have now received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. The vaccination centre at Rutland County Council’s Offices in Oakham has now given 10,000 doses of the vaccine since it opened on 21 December 2020. The centre vaccinates patients registered at Rutland’s four GP practices. Dr Hilary Fox, Clinical Director […]
Chair of University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Karamjit Singh CBE, will be stepping down from his position on 16 April 2021
If you are aged over 65 you are eligible for your covid vaccine and there are three different ways you can be vaccinated.
People aged 70 and over living in Leicester, Leicestershire or Rutland, who have not yet had their first vaccine dose, are being urged to book their vaccine. They do not need to wait to be invited, but should contact the NHS and make their booking now.
People who are currently a priority for covid vaccinations are being urged to book a vaccination at one of three hospitals sites. But only those who are eligible will be vaccinated.
People who are currently a priority for covid vaccinations are being invited to book a vaccination at one of three hospitals sites. The move will help us achieve our target of vaccinating everyone in the top four priority groups by mid-February and make the best use of all vaccines available to us. Eligible people in […]
From today, patients in the Lutterworth area will be able to get their Covid-19 vaccinations locally, as a vaccination site has opened at Feilding Palmer Hospital.
Thousands of patients are expected to be vaccinated against Covid-19 at a new vaccination centre at the Peepul Centre in Leicester. The site was one of 33 announced this week and will begin vaccinating members of the public from tomorrow. A local GP vaccination site for patients has already been operating from the Peepul Centre […]
Coronavirus vaccination – what you need to know: a public webinar to give the facts and bust the myths
Senior representatives from the NHS in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are holding a question and answer session for the public about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the local vaccination programme.