FLEET VACCINATIONS UPDATE - FAQs
FLEET VACCINATIONS UPDATE
Your questions answered
Issue No 3 - 26/02/21
Many questions are being asked by the residents registered at the Fleet GP’s about Vaccinations in the local area.
This information sheet has been put together with the help of the North East Hants & Farnham CCG, Fleet Medical Practice, The Richmond Surgery, Branksomewood Healthcare Centre, Crondall New Surgery, Church Crookham Pharmacy, Hart Voluntary Action and Church Crookham and Elvetham Heath Parish Councils.
Any changes in government guidance or delivery of vaccinations that affect Fleet residents will be included in future issues of Fleet Vaccinations Update
To download a copy of the information sheet click here, or you can view images further down this page:
FLEET VACCINATION CENTRE
Great news for the residents of Fleet!
A plan has now been approved and The Harlington will become a vaccination centre from mid-February. Our thanks go to all those who have been working hard behind the scenes to make this happen and is the fruition of months of work by Fleet Town Council, our local GP’s & the NE Hants CCG, all of whom have been concerned about the difficulties created by there not being a vaccination centre for Fleet.
Please visit the NEHCCG website for more details as they become available - link below:
Covid-19 vaccination update for patients registered with a Fleet practice (northeasthampshireandfarnhamccg.nhs.uk)
Please also see the following press release from the NEHCCG:
''We are pleased to announce, that following discussions with the local GP Primary Care Network (PCN), a plan has been approved by NHS England for a Covid-19 vaccination site at The Harlington in Fleet.
A new opportunity to propose vaccination sites became available this month and we have been able to secure this new site with support from our local GP practices, Member of Parliament Ranil Jayawardena MP, and also Hart District and Fleet Town Councils.
We are now in the process of mobilising the site and expect it to be up and running by mid February. Plans are being made to deliver up to 2000 vaccinations a week, depending on vaccination supply. We will update the information on this page as soon as we have more details.
In the meantime, please continue to follow the process as outlined here and access your vaccinations from these locations as you become eligible. It is important that people do not cancel existing bookings to help us continue to vaccinate local people as swiftly as possible. The Memorial Hall site in Church Crookham will remain as an option for local people to use.
Thank you to all the sites which have successfully vaccinated large numbers of Fleet residents across the local area so far and will continue to do so in the coming weeks.''