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Covid Booster vaccination: Three walk-in sites open for eligible residents in Nottinghamshire

The NHS is reminding the public about the importance of the Covid-19 booster vaccine ahead of winter.

Boosters are being offered to over 50s, people over 16 with a health condition that puts them at high risk of getting seriously ill from Covid-19, and health and social care workers.

These groups can have their booster once six months has passed since their second dose.

Those eligible for a booster vaccination are being contacted by the NHS inviting them to book in for their jabs.

However, if a person is eligible and has not yet received an invitation, they will be able to walk into certain sites to receive their booster. These include:

  • King’s Mill Hospital Vaccination Site – from 16th October onwards
  • Mansfield Vaccination Centre – from 16th October onwards
  • Forest Recreation Ground Vaccination Site – from 21st October onwards

RELATED: Covid booster vaccinations underway in Nottingham and Notts – eligible patients urged to book when invited

 

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