Pregnant women invited to book Covid vaccinations in Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes' Clinical Commissioning Group announces the latest group invited to get jabbed.
Pregnant women are the latest group allowed to book coronavirus vaccinations in Milton Keynes.
The Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group, confirms they can book appointments now.
Via the national booking service pregnant women can book appointments to receive a Pfizer or Moderna jab locally.
The BLMK CCG confirms it is sending invitations to book a Covid vaccine to 38 and 39-year-olds in the region and advises those receiving invitations should book an appointment as soon as possible.
Bookings can be made online on the national booking service on the NHS website or by calling 119.
The latest figures show over 680,000 vaccines have been administered in the CCG since the rollout began. The latest statistics show just under 190,000 of those jabs were delivered in Milton Keynes.
For a limited time period only, people within the BLMK CCG aged over 40 can receive a vaccination at a mass centre without a booking. This is available until the end of the week, ending on Sunday May 23. The service will be available at varying times at the four different mass centres. It will be available at the centre in Saxon Court in Milton Keynes between May 18 until May 20 from 08:30 until 12:30.
People who are over 40, but already have a vaccine booked are advised to honour their current appointment rather than using the walk-in service.