The Kingston COVID vaccination centre aiming for 2,000 a day

By The Editor

14th Jan 2021 | Local News

A person getting vaccinated
A person getting vaccinated

The race to vaccinate as many people against COVID is on in Kingston and the whole country.

Here in Kingston the vaccination centre at Kingston University is working full speed ahead.

If all supplies come through the centre could be vaccinating more than 2,000 people a day.

Thats's according to Dr Richard Van Mellaerts, a GP at Fairhill.

Dr Van Mellaerts is the clinical lead for the vaccination centre at Kingston University.

They centre expects to have vaccinated nearly all over 75s by next week.

You will be contacted by your GP surgery when you are eligible to be vaccinated.

You do not need to contact them and please do not turn up to a vaccination centre without an appointment.


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