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Coronavirus: Vaccinations in Camden

PUBLIC INFORMATION PAGES FROM CAMDEN COUNCIL

02 September, 2021 — By Camden Council

PUBLIC INFORMATION PAGES FROM CAMDEN COUNCIL

All 16 and 17 year olds and eligible 12 to 15 year olds can get vaccinated

If you’re 16 or 17, please get vaccinated as soon as possible – particularly if you have an underlying health condition that puts you at higher risk:

Turn up at a local COVID-19 vaccine walk-in centre (find your nearest at camden.gov.uk/walkin) or Camden’s COVID-19 vaccine bus (find out when it’s near you at camden.gov.uk/ getting-the-vaccine)

Wait to hear from your GP

If you’re going to be 18 in the next 3 months, book an appointment by calling 119 or visiting nhs.uk/coronavirusvaccine

Children aged 12 to 15 who have, or live with those who have, specific underlying health conditions that puts them at higher risk of getting seriously ill from the virus are now eligible for the vaccine.

Find out more at nhs.uk/coronavirusvaccine or speak to your GP. To learn more about the vaccine before choosing whether to have it, visit nhs.uk/coronavirusvaccine or camden.gov.uk/covid19vaccine

The NHS has double-vaccinated 128,474 adults in Camden

Camden has one of the youngest populations in London – 1 in 3 residents are under 30.

Since over 18s became eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in June, there has been a significant increase in vaccination rates.

Since 4 July, 46,936 have been given out.

The number of residents who’ve had their first dose has risen by 6% to 62% and the number who are double-vaccinated has risen by 40% to 53%.

As of 28 August, Camden’s COVID-19 community vaccine bus has visited 23 locations and 2,745 vaccines have been given out.

To find out where the bus is this week, visit camden.gov.uk/getting-the-vaccine

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