11 January 2022
The Health Services Directorate would like to remind the public that vaccination clinics to receive the COVID-19 Booster vaccination has begun.
There is no need to book an appointment, walk-in clinics have been arranged for the weeks commencing Monday, 10, 17 and 24 January 2022. Persons do not need to attend a clinic specific to the area in which they live, but instead are welcome to attend a clinic at any of the following venues:
|Monday, 17 January||The Community Care Complex, Ladder Hill||9 am – 5pm|
|Tuesday, 11 & 18 January||Kingshurst Community Centre||9am – 5pm|
|Wednesday, 12 & 19 January||Jamestown Community Centre||9am – 5pm|
|Thursday, 13 & 20 January||The Community Care Complex, Ladder Hill||9am – 5pm|
|Friday, 14 & 21 January||Harford Community Centre||9am – 5pm|
|Saturday, 15 & 22 January||The Flu Pod, General Hospital Jamestown||9am – 1pm|
Following the first two weeks of clinics a review will be carried out to assess where clinics will need to be held for the third week of the vaccination campaign.
As with previous doses, Community Nurses will administer the vaccination to housebound patients at their home.
If you are attending the clinic for a Booster or second dose vaccination, you are reminded to please bring along your yellow vaccination card for recording purposes.
Any persons who have not yet received any vaccination but would now like to do so, have an opportunity to visit the clinic and receive your first dose, after which you will be advised on your second dose appointment.
Let’s continue to protect ourselves, to protect St Helena.
11 January 2022