Walk in vaccination clinic coming to Kingsbridge

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Walk in vaccination clinic coming to Kingsbridge

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Quayside Leisure Centre will be hosting a drop in vaccination clinic next week.

The Public Health Outreach Team will be at Quayside between 12noon-5pm on Wednesday, 8 December. 

The clinic will be offering first, second and third doses and boosters, with priority going to the first, second and third shots on the day. 

They will be offering Pfizer vaccines. 

For the second dose you must have had your first dose on or before 13 October, for your third dose will have received a notification from the NHS. For the booster you must have had your second dose on or before 9 June. 

(There has been some misinformation coming from a doctors' surgery to say the clinic is 10.30am-4.30pm, this is INCORRECT. The surgery is now aware of the error and is giving the correct information)

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