Vaccination has begun in Westminster starting with the most clinically vulnerable as defined by the UK government.
Please do not contact the practice for this – you will be contacted for your first and second vaccine, when there is availability . Priority is for the oldest, most high risk patients first.
We will be contacting people according to government priorities
A COVID 19 vaccine clinic is being set up at Lord’s Cricket Ground and the South Westminster Centre and will become operational during January.
Worried about the safety of the vaccine, the ingredients in the vaccine? Here’s a short clip from Dr Safa and Dr Chopra explaining the importance of the vaccine below, if you still have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact your GP at the practice.
If you are aged 50+ and would like Age UK to arrange free taxi transport to and from your
Covid-19 Vaccination appointment within Kensigton and Chelsea, Hammersmith and
Fulham, Westminister, Hillingdon, Harrow and Brent area, then please get in touch. For further infromation and contact details please see the leaflet: AgeUK Free Transport Leaflet A5
There is now a Walk-In NHS COVID-19 vaccine service now available in Westminster, for more information please see to poster attached: Covid Vaccine Walk in Clinic
Worried about the Vaccine ?
The UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the World Health Organization have all reiterated that the benefits of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in the prevention of COVID-19 far outweigh any possible risk of blood clots amongst those groups currently eligible to receive their first vaccination, as well as all of those due their 2nd dose. For further information please visit: COVID webinar poster – Westminster
Covid Vaccination Letter
Due to the change in guidance the practice will no longer be proving Covid Vaccination letters, please see attached for the Covid Vaccination information : Covid Vaccination Travel Letter – V1.0. Patients requesting vaccination status for travel should download the NHS app, call 119 or look on the NHS website. You should not be contacting the GP practice for letters.