Eynsham Medical Group hopes to start inviting eligible people from 18 September - more information.
People to be offered a Covid vaccination or booster with effect from 11 September include: adults aged 65 and over; anyone aged 6 months to 64 years in a clinical risk group; and residents of care homes for older adults. Other eligible groups will follow one week later.
The original programme has been accelerated because a new Covid variant has emerged: read more.
You will be notified when the FLU VACCINE is available if you're eligible. Bookings can be made via the NHS App or at nhs.uk/CovidVaccination.
DATELINE 28/04/2023: adults aged 75 and over; people aged 5 and over with a weakened immune system; and residents of care homes for older adults are eligible for a spring vaccination from 17 April. It will be available at some GP practices, pharmacies and hospitals, along with walk-in centres.
The NHS Covid-19 contact tracing app was withdrawn on 27 April - view the latest guidance.
DATELINE 03/09/2022: Patients eligible for a Covid booster jab at Eynsham Medical Centre this autumn need to book by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
FLU VACCINATIONS will be available on a walk-in basis at Eynsham or Long Hanborough from 24 September.
DATELINE 01/04/2022: Most people will have to pay for a lateral flow test from today, as part of the government’s ‘Living with COVID-19’ plan.
People aged 75 and over, older residents in care homes and those who are immunosuppressed are being invited for a booster jab to top up their immunity.
Cases continue to rise in the meantime. There were 1,326 cases in West Oxfordshire in week 20-26 March, up 43 on the previous week.