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Pop up vaccination clinic in Worcester: 25 - 28 May 2021

 If you are contacting us to book your vaccine at King George Fifth Community Hub, then unfortunately there are no further appointments available. This vaccination site will no longer be operational after Friday 28 May. To book your vaccination at an alternative location then please call 119, where you will be able to book an appointment at a vaccination centre, or wait to be invited by your local practice when they have clinics available’

Public Health in Worcestershire, together with local NHS partners and Worcester City Council are making it easier for people in some parts of Worcester to get their vaccination. 

As we move into the next phase of the vaccination programme, there are a large number of people who are now eligible to receive their vaccination.

We appreciate not everyone who wants a vaccination, is able to take up the offer. To make it easier we’ve teamed up with St John’s Ambulance and local NHS staff to provide a local vaccination clinic this week. 

From Tuesday 25 May until Friday 28 May people who are eligible can now book an appointment for their first COVID-19 vaccination at the St John’s Ambulance mobile unit at:

KGV Community Hub (Brickfields), Ash Avenue, Brickfields Road, Worcester WR4 9TL

To book your appointment please call Worcester City Council on 01905 722 233*

You are eligible if any of the following applies to you:

  • you're aged 32 or over
  • you'll turn 32 before 1 July 2021
  • you're at high risk from COVID-19 (clinically extremely vulnerable)
  • you have a condition that puts you at higher risk (clinically vulnerable)
  • you have a learning disability

* This is a call-back service, where you will be asked to leave your details and we will call you back promptly.

On the day please bring with you, proof of name and address.

Getting the vaccine not only protects yourself but also helps to protect your loved ones and your community. Being vaccinated will help us get back to where we want to be.

For more information please visit the NHS website.