Are you an Enfield resident aged between 16 and 64 who is clinically vulnerable and has underlying health conditions? If so, you are now invited to contact the NHS to arrange vaccination appointments.
You will need to make an appointment in advance before going to any vaccination service. This is important because booking slots are carefully managed to allow for social distancing. The number of appointments is based on the supply available that day.
It’s useful if you have your NHS number to hand, but it’s not essential. You can still book appointments using other details, provided you are registered with a GP practice. You can find your NHS number on the NHS App or at:
To book an appointment call 119 free of charge, anytime between 7am and 11pm seven days a week or visit:…/coro…/book-coronavirus-vaccination/
If you have already had your first vaccination injection you won’t be able to book a second appointment in this way. If you have already had your first dose, please wait for the NHS to contact you again about your second appointment.
If you have never registered with a GP or haven’t been to a GP for a number of years, speak to your local practice about registering. Further information on registering is available at:…/how-to-register-with-a-gp-surgery/
As well as getting access to coronavirus vaccines, being registered with a GP also means you will be invited to important health checks and can access care easier when you need it in the future.
For further information visit: #KeepEnfieldSafe

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