Pfizer drop-in returns to Harpur Suite this Saturday 26 June

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Pfizer vaccine

Anyone over 18 in Bedford Borough can drop in for their Pfizer vaccine this Saturday (26 June) at the Harpur Suite, or at two other locations Monday – Sunday.

You do not need to book an appointment or show ID.

Harpur Suite

Between 11am – 4pm at the Harpur Suite (next to Bedford Central Library) anyone 18 and over can drop in and get their Pfizer vaccine.

Clinicians and other health professionals will be on hand to help answer any questions residents may have about vaccinations.

Saturday’s drop-ins for COVID-19 Pfizer vaccinations are in addition to the other drop-ins at vaccination clinics in Bedford Borough, at Kings House (Pfizer) and Bedford Heights (both Pfizer and AstraZeneca).

The Harpur Suite (right) in Harpur Square will host a drop-in vaccine session this Saturday

King’s House, Ampthill Road

Monday – Saturday, 8am – 7pm
Sunday, 2pm – 7pm

Bedford Heights, Manton Lane

Monday – Sunday, 9am – 3pm

First and second doses available

All drop-ins will offer both the first and second vaccines. Second doses can now be given eight weeks after the first dose (rather than 12 weeks).

Cllr Louise Jackson, Portfolio Holder for Health and Wellbeing said: “We know that COVID-19 vaccination will allow us to get back to doing the things we love, so we want to help everyone 18 and over in Bedford Borough to get their vaccine.

“Residents can still book via the NHS website but we understand many people will have commitments they need to work around such as work and childcare. Drop-in sessions make it easy to get vaccinated close to where you live, work or even while you are shopping.”

For full details of vaccinations drop-ins visit blmkccg.nhs.uk/drop-in

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