Added on 12 May 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
With nearly three quarters of people in their 40s having already received their first jab, the NHS is opening up to people aged 38 and 39.
Added on 5 May 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
The rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination continues, as even more people are being invited to have the life-saving jab.
Added on 14 April 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
A pub in Stithians has proved there are no half measures when it comes to supporting Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly vaccination roll-out.
Added on 8 April 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
The JCVI has advised that it is preferable for adults aged under 30 with no underlying health conditions to be offered an alternative to the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine where available.
Added on 31 March 2021, in News - Coronavirus
Wellbeing and mental health support is available to help clinically extremely vulnerable residents get back out into the community.
Added on 19 March 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
Lifesaving COVID-19 vaccinations have been administered to over a quarter of a million people in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Added on 18 March 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
Volunteers have joined the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic by supporting NHS staff at Cornwall’s mass vaccination centres.
Added on 1 March 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
Doctors are calling on people in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly who have received a letter from the national booking service not to contact their GP surgery about a COVID vaccination.
Added on 24 February 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
The NHS in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly has moved to the next stage of its COVID-19 vaccine roll-out – meaning more people than ever before are now eligible to get protected.
Added on 23 February 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine
Anyone with a learning disability can now have their COVID-vaccine as the programme moves to the next stage.
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