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Adelphi Square will host a mobile Covid-19 vaccination clinic this Friday and Saturday

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A mobile Adelphi Square vaccination clinic will tomorrow welcome residents seeking Covid-19 shots to help stop the spread of the virus.


Located in the new Adelphi Square on Fylde Road between 10am and 4pm on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd January, the location is central and convenient for walk-ins.

The service will offer the 1st, 2nd and booster vaccinations and is accessible to anyone aged 12 and over, without an appointment.

Preston City Council said that although Covid-19 has been around for almost two years, the different variants remind us that we must all continue to do what we can to stay safe.

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Adrian Phillips, chief executive of Preston City Council, said: ‘Thank you for everyone’s hard work and mutual support in having regular testing and getting their vaccines on the invitation.

“Preston has a very strong and attractive restaurant and hospitality sector with a busy high street. As we all visit bars, cafes, hairdressers and other businesses, it is important that everyone accepts the offer of a vaccine when it is their turn.

“I encourage anyone who has not yet had a vaccine, or who is ready for their second shot or booster shot, to visit this mobile clinic in Preston to keep us, our families and our communities safe. “

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Phillips said the council welcomed the location of the central site and was grateful for the support from the NHS, UCLan and others.

The council said a vital step is the continuation of the NHS vaccination program and the best chance of reversing the tide and saving lives.

They said other ways to control the spread of the virus are for everyone to continue following the steps of hand washing, using a face covering and social distancing.

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The council reminded residents that they are working to tackle misinformation about the vaccine and ensure it is safe and thoroughly tested.

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