Grab a jab in Falmouth this Friday

People in Falmouth can protect themselves against COVID-19 by grabbing a jab at a new pop-up vaccination clinic.
Cases of COVID-19 are rising across Cornwall, but getting vaccinated is 1 of the ways people can keep safe, and get back to normality.

Anyone who’s 18 and older and has not yet been vaccinated can pop along to the Falmouth Health Centre this Friday 2 July. You don’t need to book an appointment, just turn up at the outpatients’ department in Trevaylor Road TR11 2LH, from 9am to 5.30pm to get a dose of Pfizer. Please do not contact Falmouth Health Centre.

NHS Kernow’s chairman Dr Paul Cook said: “Cases are increasing in Cornwall, and on Friday people in Falmouth and Penryn can protect themselves against COVID by getting vaccinated at a new pop-up clinic at Falmouth Health Centre.

“You don’t have to book, just turn up and get your jab. Getting vaccinated not only protects you and your loved ones, but is our way out of this pandemic. Don’t delay, and do it for Cornwall.”

You don’t need an NHS number to get vaccinated on Friday – just turn up, get vaccinated, and go.

Added on 30 June 2021, in News - COVID-19 vaccine

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