Covid-19 walk-in vaccinations available in Flitwick for a limited time

People aged over 38 or waiting for a second dose of Astra-Zeneca can attend

Thursday, 13th May 2021, 2:31 pm
Updated Thursday, 13th May 2021, 2:32 pm

People aged over 38, or those waiting for a second dose of Astra-Zeneca you can get vaccinated this Sunday (May 16) in Flitwick.

Anyone over 38 can also get vaccinated this week and next at walk-in clinics in Bedford, Milton Keynes and Luton, making it even easier to get protected against COVID-19.

For the first time locally, drop-in sessions are being offered at the large vaccination centres to make the most of available vaccine supplies.

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That’s why, for a limited period, people who have yet to book their vaccine can turn up at a number of local sites during opening hours to receive their first dose.

The NHS Covid-19 vaccination walk-in clinic will be at the Rufus Centre, Flitwick, this Sunday (May 16) from 9am till 5pm.

Who can attend?

Anybody who has had their first Astra-Zeneca vaccine more than 77 days ago and has missed or been unable to book their second dose. Just bring your slip from your first vaccination.

Anyone over 38 who has not had their first vaccination. You do not need an NHS number and there is no need to book. As long as you meet the current criteria just turn up and you will be vaccinated.

If you already have an appointment booked for your first vaccine, please do not cancel and still attend at the appointed time.

If you already have an appointment booked for your second vaccine, please do not cancel and still attend at the appointed time.

Leave plenty of time when attending the clinic.

This is not available to people who received the Pfizer vaccine for their first vaccination. For the second Pfizer vaccination you must go back to the first venue.