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Bishop's Stortford GP appeals for unvaccinated patients to come forward

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The clinical director of Stort Valley and Villages Primary Care Network (PCN) has appealed to unvaccinated Bishop's Stortford, Sawbridgeworth and Much Hadham residents to come forward for a Covid-19 jab.

Dr Sian Stanley said: "It's never too late. There'll be people out there who might have been reluctant to get the vaccine for their own reasons.

"We would be nothing but delighted if they wanted to come down now and get the first dose."

Dr Sian Stanley (53934078)
Dr Sian Stanley (53934078)

Dr Stanley, a partner at Church Street practice, has been in charge of the PCN's vaccination programme since the first immunisations were available in December 2020.

The team representing her surgery and the South Street and Parsonage practices in Bishop's Stortford, Bell Street in Sawbridgeworth and Much Hadham Health Centre have swung back into action, reopening the mass vaccination clinic at Bishop's Stortford Football Club at Woodside, off Dunmow Road.

She said: "There is no difference in the booster dose from the primary course so they will be treated the same as everyone else and they will receive nothing but respect for coming forward when they are ready."

The walk-in Covid vaccination clinic at Bishop's Stortford FC on Sunday (Nov 28) (53934120)
The walk-in Covid vaccination clinic at Bishop's Stortford FC on Sunday (Nov 28) (53934120)

Walk-in vaccinations are available on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons next week (December 28 and 30) from 1pm to 5pm after the medics jab patients with appointments during the morning.

Appointments for first, second and booster jabs are now available at the Blues' R&D Advisors UK Stadium via the NHS online booking facility https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination.

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