A new Covid-19 vaccine clinic has opened at Ribble House in Bamber Bridge to help protect residents against Omicron.Advertisement
Anyone aged 18 and over who has had the second dose more than three months ago is encouraged to attend the clinic, open 8.30am until 6pm, seven days a week.
The Bamber Bridge vaccination clinic is offering boosters and first and second doses.
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Jane Scattergood is the Senior Responsible Officer for the Lancashire and South Cumbria Covid-19 Vaccination Programme.
She said: “The NHS is working closely with all its partners on a rapid response to the new variant of the virus to protect our local residents.
“We have plenty of vaccines for everyone and have made it as easy as possible for them to come forward to be vaccinated.
“A huge thank you to all of our staff and partners, who are working hard on the delivery of this next phase of the vaccination programme and are helping to protect our residents and their loved ones.”
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The addition of new clinics and extended opening hours across sites will help the NHS vaccination programme offer every adult the chance to book a booster vaccine by the end of the year.
Caroline Donovan, Chief Executive at Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust, said: “We are delighted to be able to support the national vaccination programme.
“Our team here has done an extraordinary amount of work in the past week getting the Ribble House vaccination centre ready to open, and I would like to thank them for their commitment and dedication.
“Getting your first, second and booster vaccination is the best way to protect yourself and others against Covid-19, and I would encourage local people to book their vaccination, particularly given the current high rates.”
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There is a wide range of clinics across the local area, providing booster services and first and second doses to eligible people aged 12 and above.
You can book your appointment online and visit the Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership website for more information.
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