To everyone in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) As we reach a critical point in the country’s fight against coronavirus, we want to share a big thank you…
Vaccinations are now available to people in three priority groups. They are people aged 65 – 69, people aged 16 – 64 who are classified as clinically vulnerable because they have a range of clinical conditions identified by the JCVI that increase their risk from Covid-19, and people recently added to the updated Shielded Patient List.
Life-saving coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccinations will begin to be delivered at high street pharmacies in Bristol and Weston-super-Mare as the NHS accelerates the biggest vaccination programme in its history.
The new Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine is being rolled out in local General Practice-led services today, making it easier to protect care home residents and other vulnerable people against Covid-19.
The local NHS has begun delivering an “early Christmas gift” this week, as care home residents across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire start to receive the coronavirus vaccine.
Local vaccination centres run by GPs will open across the area this week, as the roll-out of the biggest immunisation programme in NHS history gains momentum.
Hundreds of local vaccination services run by family doctors and their teams will open across England this week, as the roll out of the biggest vaccination programme in NHS history gains further momentum.
The NHS in England will begin the biggest and most highly anticipated immunisation campaign in history at 50 hospital hubs this week, with more starting vaccinations over the coming weeks and months as the programme ramps up.