We have contacted and vaccinated all our patients within government guidance for their 1st COVID vaccination.
The cohorts that have been vaccinated to date are:
- Care home residents/workers
- Patients aged 50 years and over.
- Health and social care workers.
- Clinically vulnerable patients as directed by the department of health.
- Patients with learning disabilities.
- Housebound patients.
If you are in any of the above cohorts and have not received your vaccine, please contact the practice.
Please see below for more information:
Vaccine latest – 17 March 2021
More than 64,000 local people in South Tyneside (around half the adult population) have now had at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, with many in the most vulnerable groups now receiving invitations for their second dose. We are on track to reach everyone in the first nine priority groups with first doses by mid-April.
If you’re in one of the first 8 vaccine priority groups and you have not had yours yet, please contact your GP and they can book you into a local vaccine centre.
Local people aged 50-54 will receive invitations from local vaccine centres over the next two weeks – if they receive an invitation to a large vaccine centre like the Nightingale or Centre for Life in the meantime, it is OK to wait to get a vaccine locally if that is more practical for you. We’re asking people in the age 50-54 group not to call your practice to ask about your jab – you’ll be invited in the next two weeks.
Vaccine Update July 2021
As from July 2021 all patients aged 18 and over have been contacted for their 1st COVID vaccination with the majority of patients in the above cohorts having had both doses.
If you have not heard anything regarding your vaccine please contact us, we are now able to book you in. Failing this you could also attend the drop in clinis if it is for your 1st dose.
For drop in clinic times please see above.