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12-15 year olds in Leeds now have additional opportunities to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as quickly as possible.
The NHS in Leeds is starting to offer booster jabs this week to top up protection for people who are at greatest risk from Covid-19.
After recently passing the one million doses milestone, the NHS, local authority, and voluntary and community organisations are continuing to work together to offer COVID-19 vaccinations to Leeds residents across the city.
Anyone aged 18 or over in Leeds will have the opportunity to get their Covid-19 vaccination this weekend by simply walking into one of a number of vaccination clinics.
The NHS in Leeds has now given nearly half of people who have been vaccinated their second dose.
The NHS has teamed up with Leeds City Council, and local voluntary and community organisations to launch a vaccination minibus service.
An NHS worker has joined the drive to encourage members of the city’s diverse communities to come forward and have their vaccine when invited to do so after seeing his mum get protected.
The Lord Mayor of Leeds joined volunteers at a Leeds vaccine centre in a bid to encourage people from the city’s many diverse communities to get their jab.
The founder of Europe’s oldest West Indian Carnival is urging people to have the Covid vaccination when it’s offered to them.
A local healthcare leader and former nurse who lost his brother to suicide is urging health and care staff to look out for their own and each other’s mental wellbeing.