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Protecting yourself and others from Covid 19 by receiving both your vaccines is clearly saving lives, and with ‘Freedom Day’ tantalisingly close, young adults are being urged to get their jab to make the most of restrictions easing.
The NHS in Leeds is bringing forward second doses for people of all ages, following the government’s announcement on Monday. With the second dose having been shown to be particularly important in protecting people against the Delta variant, everyone aged 18 and over will now be offered their second jab eight weeks after their first, […]
Last weekend people across the city took the opportunity to grab their jab at walk-in vaccination clinics and the NHS in Leeds is reminding people the offer is still open.
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.
As the NHS continues to run the largest vaccination programme in its history, the local NHS and Leeds City Council have introduced a second women’s-only drop-in vaccine clinic in south Leeds, in partnership with Women’s Lives Leeds.
People aged 18 or over who have not had their COVID-19 vaccine are being encouraged to go to the Bilal Centre, Conway Road, Leeds, LS8 3RD from 10am to 5pm this week to have their vaccine, no appointment needed.
The NHS in Leeds is urging residents to see their GP if they have symptoms of diabetes.
Volunteers across Leeds have supported work throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination programme.
The NHS vaccination rollout in Leeds is getting a boost with the addition of four new pharmacy centres.
The NHS in Leeds has teamed up with South Asian Arts-uk, a Leeds-based charity, to co-produce a light-hearted video which encourages people to continue to come forward to have their COVID-19 vaccine.