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Covid Jabs at Pharmacy

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Covid-19 Vaccine

Aged 50+ and still not received your first jab?

We have it on good authority that, as Covid vaccine supplies are likely to diminish during April, the vaccination programme will focus very much on second jabs. So, if you are 50 or older and haven't yet received your first jab, get moving quickly. Local appointments and supplies are available RIGHT NOW (the last week of March 2021).

Book online here: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/

Pharmacy Option

As many Facebook users will be aware, JMW Vicary Pharmacy was approved to provide Covid vaccinations from Friday 5th March.

All bookings need to be made via the National Booking Service — no appointments can be made through the pharmacy.

Covid vaccine parking will be off site, with parking volunteers directing visitors as required.

Staff are confident that the pharmacy services will be unaffected.

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