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Following the announcement by the JCVI on 29th November, that all adults over the age of 18 will be offered a Covid Booster jab 3 months after their second dose, we are waiting for more operational details so that we can plan how to vaccinate the local community as quickly and safely as possible. More details will be added to this website as soon as we have them. Please DO NOT phone the surgery to make enquiries, we will contact you when it is your turn. Thank you.

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E-Consult

Our e-Consult service is available throughout the week but is not available from Fridays at 18:30 until Mondays at 08:00. Local doctors and nurses are working during the times this service is not available and can be contacted by calling 111.


UPDATE on COVID BOOSTERS

AND THIS YEAR’S FLU VACCINATION CAMPAIGN

- Mon 29th November

Whilst we wait for more information from the JCVI about today's announcement, we are continuing to book in Covid Boosters for all patients aged 40 and over or those with underlying health conditions, who had their second dose more than six months (182 days) ago. If eligible, you will have your flu vaccination at the same time. Research has shown that this is safe and effective and so far, most people are glad to get both vaccines as quickly as possible and in one visit.

We are also continuing to contact people for second doses when due (now open to 16 and 17 year olds too) and it's still not too late if you have not been vaccinated at all. Call us on 01252 872333 (option 2) or email us on FrimleyCCG.OHG@nhs.net and we will get you booked in.

Get your jab - nobody wants Covid for Christmas!

Get your jab - protect your friends and family, especially those who are older or who have health conditions

Get your jab - protect yourself from severe illness or from the effects of Long Covid

Get your jab - protect your local community


 

 

(Site updated 29/11/2021)
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