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Coronavirus Vaccine

We would like to assure our patients that we are both committed and ready to begin the mass vaccination of our eligible practice population, and that we are working with our network of practices in South Blaby and Lutterworth to begin this programme as soon as we can. Availability of the vaccine is currently limited and we expect this to increase from January when all patients over 80 years of age will be offered the vaccine.

We are not able or allowed to deliver the Pfizer BioNtech vaccine at the surgery and a separate vaccination site is being prepared.

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Please do not contact the surgery to enquire about coronavirus vaccine availability.

We will keep our website updated with information as we receive it.

Important Information About Flu Vaccination

All adults aged 50 or over can now book an appointment for a free flu jab. Appointments can be booked online (if you have access to SystmOnline) or by calling the surgery after 2pm.

A special flu clinic will be held on Saturday 12 December. Please read flu clinic information before attending.

Face Covering Exemption

GPs are unable to provide exemption from wearing face coverings.

Wear A Face Covering When Attending The Surgery

All patients attending the surgery for pre-booked appointments should now wear face coverings.

Local Council Support During The Coronavirus Outbreak

Go here for information on support provided by local councils in Leicestershire during the Coronavirus outbreak

How To Get Coronavirus Advice

During the coronavirus outbreak, GP advice is available by telephone or by using the online consultation service. Only come to the surgery if you have been instructed to do so by a GP. Some essential nurse services are still available but do not enter the surgery if you have symptoms of coronavirus. If you need to attend the surgery, please do so unaccompanied if possible. We are trying to keep patients and staff safe during this difficult time.

Go here for advice on coronavirus