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Grab a Jab this weekend in time for Christmas

Posted on Friday 26th November 2021
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People aged 12 and over are being urged to grab a jab in time for Christmas, as walk-in vaccination clinics open their doors once again in parts of Staffordshire this weekend.

You can find where your nearest site is by visiting the Together We’re Better walk-in vaccination site. No appointments are necessary, but please bring ID.

Most centres are open for ages 12 and up, and will be offering first and second doses, plus booster vaccinations where eligible.

Saturday 27th     

  • Norton Canes Dental Practice, Norton Canes, WS11 9RE     11am to 5pm (16, 1st and 2nd dose and booster)
  • Sacred Heart Church, Tamworth, B77 2EA                        10.30am to 2.30pm (12+, 1st and 2nd dose and booster)

 

Sunday 28th       

  • Pirelli Stadium, Burton, DE13 0AR                           9am to 12.30pm, 1pm to 4.30pm (18+, 1st and 2nd dose and booster)
  • Chase Terrace Fire Station, Burntwood, WS7 1AQ      10.30am to 2.30pm (12+, 1st and 2nd dose and booster)
  • Alderwood Medical Practice, Cannock, WS11 9RE       10am to 2.30pm (16+, 1st and 2nd dose and booster)

 

Monday 29th:      

  • Cheadle Fire Station, Cheadle, ST10 1HF                 10.30am to 2.30pm (12-15, 16+ 1st and 2nd dose)
  • Biddulph Fire Station, Biddulph, ST8 6JN                  10.30am to 2.30pm (12+, 1st and 2nd dose and booster)

 

Dr Johnny McMahon, Staffordshire County Council’s Cabinet Support Member for Health and Integrated Care said:

“Vaccination is the best way to protect yourselves and others from the serious effects of Covid 19.

“These walk-in clinics are a great opportunity for everyone, especially for younger people to grab a jab and we would encourage everyone to get their first dose as soon as possible.

“We’ve seen case numbers rise in Staffordshire over the past couple of weeks, so getting as many people vaccinated as we can, coupled with regular testing and taking precautions where necessary, we can help stop Covid-19 hanging around this winter.”

 

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