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We have now attempted to contact all our patients in cohort 1-6, which is anyone aged 65+ and any adult in an at-risk group to offer them a vaccination appointment. If you are in cohorts 1-6 and we haven’t been able to reach you, or if you’ve previously declined and have now changed your mind and would like a vaccination, please call the practice after 11AM and we can arrange this for you over the next week.
This week we are just finishing off cohort 7 (age 60+) so if you haven’t already, you will receive a text invite to book an appointment in the next few days.
We are now working very quickly through the cohorts, so by the end of this week we will start inviting cohort 8 (55+) and then cohort 9 (50+) so please look out for your text invite over the next week.
Once you receive an invite, the text link is live for you book an appointment for 48 hours, so please make sure you book an appointment as soon as you receive it. If you can’t book within 48 hours, we will send another text out at a later date, so we don’t miss you out.
We are now only receiving the Oxford Astra Zeneca vaccination for the foreseeable future, with the Pfizer vaccination only being provided for those patients that received this vaccine for their first dose.
All of the GP practices across Torbay have been working collaboratively to deliver this service at the Riviera International Conference Centre for nearly 3 months. We are now starting the second dose vaccinations for all our patients along with continuing to provide the first dose vaccinations throughout the remaining cohorts and will continue to do so over the coming months.
We are all extremely grateful for your kind words and letters of support at this time.