Getting the COVID-19 vaccine means you can get back to doing all the things you’ve missed, as soon as possible.
While you enjoy the sunshine (we hope!), the gardens, music in the bandstand, the meridian line and more in the beautiful location of Greenwich Park, why not pop in to see the friendly vaccination team this Sunday (18 July) who will be located near the Pavilion Café at the top of the hill, from noon to 7pm.
No need to book for your free first or second dose Pfizer, and everyone aged 18 and over is welcome.
Councillor Danny Thorpe, Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich said: “As we prepare for Step 4 out of lockdown on 19 July when many restrictions will be lifted, we’re asking everyone to get vaccinated and make use of our walk-in clinics located across the borough. We need everyone to get vaccinated to get back to doing the things we love and what a better place and time than at the amazing Greenwich Park this Sunday.”
Michael Loughnane, Greenwich Park Manager said: “As the final restrictions are being lifted next week it is vitally important that people have access to vaccines, and we are pleased to be able to play our part by providing Greenwich Park as a vaccine hub this Sunday – we hope as many people as possible take up the opportunity.”
Whatever your reason, if you’re over 18, don’t miss your vaccine.
Can’t get to Greenwich Park on Sunday? No worries as there are also walk-in vaccination clinics this week in Woolwich, Eltham, Thamesmead as well as Greenwich Park. Also at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Saturday and Sunday from 8am.
The final walk-in vaccination clinic before Step 4 takes place this Sunday in Greenwich Park and continues our partnership work with the local NHS, Greenwich Health (GP Federation) and Charlton Athletic Community Trust to help get as many people vaccinated as possible.
Please note second doses will be provided in line with Government guidance. As of 14 July, the interval between doses is a minimum of eight weeks.
Find out more at nhsselvax.com