Not had your first dose COVID-19 vaccine? It’s never too late to come forward

If you haven’t had your first, second or booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine yet, the message from the NHS is that our clinic doors are always open, and we’d be very pleased to see you. Edward Grier, aged 70, had his first dose of the vaccine at the Nelson Health Centre on 12 January 2022. […]

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When to get jabbed after Covid-19 and the gap between doses – local NHS answers questions people are wondering about

With Omicron bringing a record number of Covid-19 cases, the local NHS is reminding people who have been infected with Covid-19 must wait at least 28 days before they get another jab. Adults who test positive for coronavirus must wait at least 28 days after the date of their test or when symptoms started appearing […]

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NHS in south west London urges pregnant women ‘don’t wait to take the vaccine’ as part of new campaign

The NHS in south west London is urging pregnant women who have not yet received their first, second, third or booster COVID-19 vaccination to do so without delay. The call comes as a new national campaign launched this week after data revealed that almost all (96.3%) pregnant women who were hospitalised or admitted to intensive […]

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NHS in South West London delivered a quarter of a million Covid-19 vaccines over the festive period

NHS staff and volunteers worked long hours through the festive period including Christmas day to help protect south west Londoners from Covid-19, administering nearly 250,000 jabs. Across a three-week period, from 13 December to 2 January 2022, a total of 249,776 vaccines were administered. These included: 221, 649 booster vaccines 14,408 second doses 13,719 first […]

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Armed Forces team up with local NHS to boost the Covid-19 vaccination drive

Armed Forces personnel have joined up with the local NHS to boost the drive to get Covid-19 jabs into arms. Around 15 servicemen and women have been helping to deliver Covid-19 vaccinations and co-ordinate the roll-out across south west London as the new Omicron variant continues to spread. In England, around 600 personnel from across […]

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Community leaders join forces with the local NHS to support booster drive

Today, with the increasing spread of the omicron variant, the NHS in south west London has joined forces with local leaders from all faiths and communities to help spread the vaccine message in the fight against the virus. Community leaders across south west London have already played a vital role through the pandemic to help […]

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Santa says thank you to wonderful vaccinators and volunteers!

South west London vaccinators, volunteers, and members of the public had a super festive surprise this week. Father Christmas pulled his sleigh up outside Pearl Chemist in Tooting. With delighted children looking on, he stamped the snow off his boots and set about that crucial Christmas task of raising everyone’s spirits. Santa had some especially […]

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Local NHS urges people “to just get that jab done” as Omicron cases continue to climb

The local NHS has urged people in south west London “to just get that jab done” as cases of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 continue to climb. The urgent vaccination call was made in a series of videos from local GPs and a pharmacist after the NHS opened the national booking service yesterday/on Monday for […]

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NHS in south west London delivers record weekly number of Covid-19 jabs – almost 137,000

The NHS in south west London has delivered the highest weekly number of jabs on record as the Covid-19 vaccination programme continues to expand. A total of almost 137,000 people were given Covid-19 vaccinations in the six south west London boroughs last week, including 124,494, booster doses. That topped the previous daily vaccination record set […]

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