Preston’s Issa Medical Centre is offering Covid-19 vaccinations to 16-17-year-old walk-ins this week.Advertisement
The centre will welcome teenagers to receive the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on Friday 13 August 11.00-16.30 and Saturday 14 August 08:30-11:30 (or until doses are used).
Pfizer vaccination clinics are offering first dose appointments for anyone 16 and over alongside second doses for members of the public who have had their first dose over eight weeks ago.
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Moderna vaccination clinics are offering first dose appointments for anyone 18 and over alongside second doses for members of the public who have had their first dose over eight weeks ago.
Residents 40 and over or who have had their first jab over eight weeks ago can also attend AstraZeneca walk-in clinics.
Clinics are based at Jubilee House Leyland, Geoffrey Street, Preston and Issa Medical Centre, Preston, and mobile clinics across Central Lancashire.
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Please note, walk-in slots are offered in addition to appointments booked through the National Booking System or local NHS.
Residents are asked to attend at the time and date listed if they have an appointment booked at a clinic.
For more information, visit – http://centrallancashireccgs.nhs.uk/covid-19/getyourjab
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