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Next week, the team at Haddenham Medical Centre will return to the Aylesbury Vaccination Centre at Stoke Mandeville Stadium. Along with GP practice teams from across Aylesbury Vale, Haddenham staff will be helping provide COVID booster vaccinations for those elderly and high-risk patients who had their second vaccine over six months ago.

Patients will be invited to book appointments by text messages and ringing those who do not have mobile phones. Please wait to be invited.

You may also receive an email or text message from the NHS centrally inviting you to book for a booster vaccination using the national booking system online or by ringing 119.

Once invited, you could then opt to have this done at the Aylesbury Vaccination Centre at Stoke Mandeville Stadium in clinics run by Oxford Health (rather than by local GPs), at the JMW Vicary pharmacy in Haddenham, or at any other site with available appointments.

The priority is that patients are protected, so please get the COVID booster vaccine when you are invited — wherever you can, and as soon as you can.

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