A unique NHS mobile Covid vaccine service is next week visiting Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury, Clewer and Dedworth West, Ascot, and Maidenhead. If you’ve not yet been able to get your jab, now’s your chance.
We’ve joined forces with NHS Frimley CCG and Solutions 4 Health to bring this local community vaccination scheme directly to where we believe it’ll have the greatest benefit. These locations have been chosen following a detailed analysis of the vaccination and Covid case rate data.
The NHS team will be administering the Pfizer vaccine – first, second and booster doses – remember the latter can only be given six months after your second jab.
Visit the bus on these dates and at these locations and times:·
– Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 October – Datchet Station Car Park, SL3 9ED, 9am – 1pm then at The Village Hall Car Park, SL3 9HR, 2 – 5pm
– Wednesday 6 October – Dedworth Tesco Car Park 1, SL4 4JT, 10am – 6pm
– Thursday 7 and Friday 8 October – Ascot Racecourse Car Park 2, SL5 7JX, 10am – 6pm
– Saturday 9 October, Hurley Village Fete in Maidenhead, 8.30am – 3pm
If you want to get your jab, but cannot make the above dates or times, visit the walk-in vaccination page of the Frimley CCG website to explore your options. The vaccine has proved that it helps protects you, your family, and friends. We also know only a tiny proportion of those currently in hospital with Covid have been double jabbed.
You don’t need to book. But remember to socially distance. Have something small to eat and drink before you arrive. And we strongly advise you wear a face covering. This is a great opportunity to get vaccinated if you’ve not yet had the time. If you’re hesitant about the vaccine, don’t worry, the NHS team can talk through concerns you may have. Just pop down and have a chat.
If you’re displaying Covid, cold, or flu symptoms please stay at home and take a LFT. If your result comes back positive, take a PCR test. Visit our Covid testing information page on our website for more details.