Covid-19 Vaccinations

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12-15 year olds are being invited via their schools for their Covid-19 Vaccination. If you or your child have any questions please read our Information Leaflets below: 

Vaccination Programme for Children and Young People

A guide for children and young people

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***Please note on the day of your appointment that it is down to the discretion of the vaccinator if they give you your vaccination***

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You may not be able to have the vaccine if:

  • You are pregnant or planning pregnancy

  • You have a history of Severe Allergy or Anaphylaxis to any part of the vaccine or medicines

  • You have had a positive COVID swab in the last 28 days

  • You have taken part in a coronavirus vaccine trial

If any of these apply please speak to your usual GP before attending.

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Booking your appointment

Clinics are now held at Merstow Green Medical Practice for our patients.  When booking your vaccination please be aware of your appointment time and the door that you are advised to go to as we may have different clinics happening on the same day. If you are unable to attend the surgery for your appointment then please ensure you inform the surgery within enough time.

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Attending your appointment

IF YOU ARE ACUTELY UNWELL OR FEVERISH, OR ARE ISOLATING DUE TO A POSITIVE COVID SWAB OR BECAUSE OF A CONTACT – PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND YOUR APPOINTMENT

For all vaccination sites:

  • Arrive 2 minutes before your appointment time. Please do not enter early.  This will help with the flow of patients and social distancing inside and outside our buildings

  • Wear a face mask and gel your hands

  • Wear clothing which is easy to remove and expose the top of your arm

  • Wear clothing that is suitable to the weather as you may need to queue outside the surgery
  • Whichever vaccine you have, you cannot drive for 15 minutes following your vaccination

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