Vaccine appointments are now open to anyone aged 40 and over (or will turn 40 before 1 Jul)y. Follow the link to book your covid-19 vaccination appointment.Continue reading “COVID-19 Vaccine Update #8: New eligibility and 2nd dose information”
If you are 40 or 41 years old (or will turn 40 before 1 July) you can now book a covid-19 vaccine through the NHS website.
At the time of writing, appointments are available at a range of locations, including The Centre for Life in Newcastle.
Our full vaccine update from Monday with statuses for each group can be found at this link.
We are receiving a lot of calls today from patients who are having difficulties booking their second vaccination appointment through the virtual booking system.
Please take a look at the guide below, which sets out the step you need to follow. We would ask patients to please not ring the practice as we are getting a very high number of calls.Continue reading “2nd Vaccine Appointments: Please Read If You are Trying to Book Online”
Following the announcement yesterday that 44-year-olds could now book a covid vaccine, today the age range has been expanded again.
Anyone aged 42 or older, or will turn 42 before 1 July 20121, can now book online through the NHS website here:
Our full update with statuses for each group can be found at this link.
People aged 44 – or who will turn 44 before 1st July – are now able to book covid vaccination through the national online system. Follow the link to book your covid-19 vaccination appointment.Continue reading “COVID-19 Vaccine Status Update #7: New age group now eligible”
People aged 45 and over are now eligible to book their first covid-19 vaccine, and other news in our 6th weekly update.Continue reading “New: COVID-19 Vaccine Status Update #6”