Friday 27 May 2022
Tomorrow (28 May) will be the last Vaccination Clinic to be held at the Community Vaccination Centre (CVC) at Beau Sejour.
Nearly 80% of those eligible for a Spring Booster have now received their 4th dose of vaccine and the numbers attending each clinic mean there is no longer a need for the CVC to be based in Beau Sejour. This means that the leisure centre can now be handed back to the community for other purposes.
From Monday 30 May, the core vaccination team will relocate to offices on the PEH campus and will operate 'pop up' clinics going forward.
Islanders who have been offered a spring booster, or who have not received a full course of vaccine and now wish to do so, can still access a vaccine at one of the 'pop up' clinics which will be run each month from June onwards until the commencement of an autumn booster programme.
The clinics scheduled for June are as follows:
|Tuesday 31 May||13.00 to 18.00||Guille Alles Library|
|Saturday 4 June||09.30 to 14.30||Lukis House|
|Tuesday 7 June||13.00 to 18.00||Guille Alles Library|
|Saturday 11 June||09.30 to 14.30||Lukis House|
|Tuesday 14 June||13.00 to 18.00||Guille Alles Library|
|Saturday 18 June||09.30 to 14.30||Lukis House|
|Tuesday 21 June||13.00 to 18.00||Guille Alles Library|
|Saturday 25 June||09.30 to 14.30||Lukis House|
|Tuesday 28 June||13.00 to 18.00||Guille Alles Library|
The spring booster has been offered to those aged 75 and over and those who are classed as immunosuppressed. Everyone in these cohorts has been sent a letter inviting them to receive the booster. Anyone who believes they are in one of these groups, but who has not received an invite, is encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss their circumstances.
The Committee for Health & Social Care and the vaccination team would like to thank the Committee for Education, Sport & Culture and Beau Sejour staff for their continued collaboration and support which has enabled the programme to meet its targets and ensure success.