The GP covid vaccination hub at Westwood is now operating a walk-in carrier as a part of the Autumn booster programme.
The Covid-19 booster autumn booster programme began on 5 September.
Kent and Medway NHS says the seasonal booster dose (autumn booster) is to be had if you’re:
- elderly 65 or over
- elderly 5 and over and at prime chance because of a well being situation
- elderly 5 and over and at prime chance as a result of a weakened immune device
- elderly 5 and over and reside with any person who has a weakened immune device
- elderly 16 and over and a carer, both paid or unpaid
- residing or running in a care house for older other folks
- a frontline well being and social care employee
Other folks elderly 50 to 64 years previous who don’t seem to be in any of the ones teams will be capable to get a seasonal booster (autumn booster) later in autumn 2022.
You’ll get your seasonal booster (autumn booster) if it’s been a minimum of 3 months (91 days) because you had your earlier dose.
The vaccination centre on the former PC Global retailer subsequent door to the Currys/PC Global shared unit at Broadstairs Retail Park, has been operating an appointment best health center however walk-ins are actually being taken.
Recently the staff is providing the seasonal booster to these elderly 65 and above.
The health center is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 9.30am-1pm after which 2pm to six.30pm.
The advisable vaccines for the 2022 autumn booster marketing campaign are Spikevax Bivalent (Moderna) and the Comirnaty Bivalent (Pfizer). The tailored Covid-19 vaccine objectives two other coronavirus variants – the unique virus from 2020 and the Omicron variant.
The Astra Zeneca (AZ) vaccine is now not to be had as a part of the vaccination programme in the United Kingdom.
Individuals who had the AZ vaccine for his or her number one and previous booster doses could have the Spikevax Bivalent (Moderna) and the Comirnaty Bivalent (Pfizer).
A brand new vaccine, Nuvaxovid, is to be had to sufferers who’re not able to have the Pfizer/Moderna vaccines because of a historical past of true anaphylaxis/allergies. Sufferers can best be referred if they’ve prior to now been observed through an hypersensitive reaction specialist. Get admission to to this vaccine will likely be through referral to Kent and Canterbury Sanatorium.
Booster jabs may also be booked through appointment at the Nationwide Reserving Machine or name 119.