Recalls for second Covid vaccine at Salisbury Cathedral

PATIENTS are now being recalled for their second “extremely important” Covid vaccination appointments at Salisbury Cathedral.

The Salisbury Medical Practice has said that if you had an appointment for your first vaccination on Saturday, January 16 at Salisbury Cathedral, you will be sent a letter with an appointment at the same time on Saturday, March 27 for your second vaccination.

It added: “Please note it is extremely important that you attend this appointment in order to complete your coronavirus vaccination course and to ensure maximum immunity.

“We will not be able to offer alternative appointment days or times, due to the narrow timeframe in which we have to administer your second dose, as well as vaccine supply.”

Only in the following circumstances will it be possible for you to rebook your appointment:

  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last four weeks
  • You currently have COVID-19 symptoms
  • You are currently in hospital
  • You have become housebound since the first vaccination

If you have any queries, contact

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