Lambeth’s great collaborative efforts continued with a pop-up clinic at the KN centre (Stockwell Mosque) on Saturday 1 May that saw 187 local people coming forward for their first COVID-19 vaccination, boosting Lambeth numbers and improving access for hesitant populations to this life-saving protection.
Three COVID vaccination sites in Lambeth opened their doors with no appointment needed last week – providing much needed protection to the local community.
The clinics covered the areas of Brixton, Kennington Oval and Streatham
Over 520 people were vaccinated in Lambeth at these clinics last week.
Important information about how to get your COVID-19 vaccine if you are eligible in Lambeth
Getting your first vaccine
If you are over 45, clinically vulnerable or a carer or and have not yet had your vaccine, please book an appointment as soon as you can to protect you – there are three ways to book:
- At selected pharmacies or vaccination centres across London through the national booking system, (www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination
Frontline health and care workers in Lambeth can get their vaccine via the South East London CCG
Those who are frontline health and care workers are eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccination as part of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) priority groups to prevent mortality and maintain health and social care systems.