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Centre Court Wimbledon vaccination centre walk-in

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Centre Court Wimbledon vaccination centre walk-in
Centre Court Wimbledon vaccination centre walk-in

Centre Court Wimbledon vaccination centre walk-in

The Centre Court vaccination centre will be open throughout the week from Monday. Open hours will be

Monday

5:00 pm-12:00 midnight

Tuesday

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday

5:00 pm-12:00 midnight

Thursday

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday

5:00 pm-12:00 midnight

Can I go on my own, can my children go with me or are they ok with me going and when can they come back?

If you need to go, then you will have to make arrangements to be with others, unless the person who has the vaccine with you doesn’t have it. With certain groups of people, you might have the option to choose the opposite and be alone.

The Centre Court vaccination centre will be open throughout the week from Monday. Open hours will be

Monday

5:00 pm-12:00 midnight

Tuesday

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday

5:00 pm-12:00 midnight

Thursday

5:00 pm-12:00 midnight

Friday

5:00 pm-12:00 midnight

Who is able to get the jab on a walk-in basis?

All eligible older people aged 70+ who are aged 65 and above, pregnant or breastfeeding, the over-18s, all of whom are clinically extremely vulnerable, who are receiving or have taken medicinal services and are in the UK or who are in another country, and all of their other household contacts.

The Centre Court vaccination centre has been put in place by the NHS to address demand from elderly and vulnerable people to be vaccinated.

How much will my vaccination cost?

So far, the NHS seems to be working out how much each appointment will cost. So far everyone, including you, has received a letter from the NHS confirming that there will be charges for the jab.

This shows that you will have to pay to receive the jab. This money will be saved by the NHS and transferred into your GP practise or hospital.

The government can’t really set up the vaccines as free will. So a more realistic price is most likely about 40%-50% of the total cost of the vaccinations. This charge will be used to cover that initial surge over the next couple of weeks.

The fee will be refunded by the NHS if you fall ill and claim health benefits.

Walking through the free vaccination centre, the information may help to give you an idea of the process. Will it be easy to order your vaccines or will there be other steps?

Can you get swabbed beforehand or will I have to wait for someone to attend my appointment?

The NHS says that vaccination can take place during or immediately after any medical or emergency conditions. As one of the government’s medical priorities, people who are seriously ill or seriously vulnerable will be prioritised to receive the vaccine on the priority list. Vaccines are being distributed as more are developed.

Centre Court Wimbledon vaccination centre walk-in
Centre Court Wimbledon vaccination centre walk-in

The centre will be running to a full capacity throughout the centre opening period. If you are not being vaccinated, or an appointment is still booked but has been cancelled, you can wait until the centre reopens. NHS teams working in the centre will be able to see you at the centre in person to process and give you a positive result.

Can you drink any water at the Centre Court vaccine centre?

Soda, coffee, and smoothies are not allowed inside the vaccination centre, however, a specific chiller will be provided for anyone who wants to cool down before or after the jab.

There’s going to be security guards outside the Centre Court vaccination centre to ensure that visitors take care of themselves. Please remember to keep your own mask and social distancing rules.

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