Covid-19 vaccination centres opening in Dacorum and Hertsmere
5 Jan 2021, 19:00
7 September 2021
People aged 16 or over can come and get their Pfizer vaccine at one of the mobile pop-up clinics happening in Hemel Hempstead from this week.
The walk-in sessions have been designed to make it easier than ever for local people to get their jab. There’s no need for an appointment and people don’t need to be registered with a GP to have the vaccine.
The pop-up clinics will be offering first doses to everyone 16 and over, with second doses to over 18s, eight weeks after their first dose. People aged 16 and 17 are being encouraged to come forward for their vaccine as soon as possible to protect themselves and their loved ones and reduce the risk of disruption as the new term starts. Over half of 16 and 17 year olds in Hertfordshire and west Essex have already had their vaccinations.
A mobile vaccine bus will be open from 1-7pm on the following dates:
9 September: Highfield Community Centre Car Park, Bellgate, HP2 5SB
14 September: Car Park at Henry Wells Square, Grove Hill, HP2 6DF
16 September: Sainsbury’s Car Park, Shenley Road, Woodhall Farm, HP2 7QH
Dr Nicolas Small, Chair of Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group and a local GP said: “We’re keen to get more people in Hemel Hempstead protected from the virus and the vaccine bus makes it easy to grab your jab while you’re out and about. If you’re over 16, please pop along to the clinics, our friendly team of vaccinators are looking forward to welcoming you.”
To find details about all walk-in sites offering vaccinations in Hertfordshire and west Essex, people should go to the website https://covid.healthierfuture.org.uk