Walk-in clinics are available open this weekend and across the half-term holidays to get teenagers and adults vaccinated as Covid-19 cases continue to rise again across the UK.
Young people between 12 and 15 are having jabs arranged through their schools, but some are missing out because of illness or other issues. Others are finding that the national booking service is not offering any local services.
But just as over-16s can use walk-in clinics, special clinics have been arranged across south-east London to make sure younger people can get Pfizer jabs. All services are open to all residents in the NHS South East London area – Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark.
Coronavirus jabs for 12-15 year-olds:
For people aged 16 and over, walk-in vaccination centres remain available at a number of locations.
There are seven-day clinics available to all SE Londoners at Guys Hospital near London Bridge station, St Thomas’ Hospital, Kings College Hospital near Denmark Hill station. There are also clinics at Lewisham Hospital (Fridays to Sundays) and Bromley Civic Centre (Wednesdays to Saturdays).
In Greenwich borough, there are regular walk-in clinics at Woolwich Late Night Pharmacy on General Gordon Square, Plumstead Health Centre, First Care Pharmacy in Thamesmead, Mangal Pharmacy in Eltham.
In Lewisham, coronavirus jabs are available at the Waldron Health Centre in New Cross, Lewis Grove Pharmacy in Lewisham town centre, Lewisham Pharmacy on Lee High Road and Lockyers Pharmacy in Deptford.
In Bexley, residents can visit Aspire Pharmacy in Sidcup High Street and Belvedere Pharmacy in Picardy Street.
Full details of all pop-up vaccine venues for over-16s can be found on the NHS South East London website or at nhsselvax.com.
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