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Walk-in vaccination clinics this weekend at Elland Road

Young people urged to get their vaccine to make the most of new ‘freedoms’  Protecting yourself and others from Covid-19 by receiving both your vaccines is clearly saving lives, and young adults are being urged to get their jab to make the most of restrictions being eased. Those who are

Doctor’s plea to get jabbed as hospital admissions increase 

The doctor leading the COVID-19 vaccination programme in West Yorkshire is calling on those who haven’t been vaccinated to get their jabs, as hospital admissions for the virus continue to rise sharply. Dr Phil Wood, the Senior Responsible Officer for the West Yorkshire Vaccination Programme, said: “We have seen week-on-week

Get jabbed at Elland Road this weekend

Young people urged to get their vaccine to make the most of new ‘freedoms’  A walk-in vaccination service will operate at Elland Road vaccination centre this weekend on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (16-18 July 2021) from 7:30am-5:30pm. There will also be a walk-in clinic at Trinity Centre in the city

Asha to host pop up women-only vaccination clinic

As the NHS continues to run the largest vaccination programme in its history, the local NHS and Leeds City Council have introduced a second women’s-only drop-in vaccine clinic in south Leeds, in partnership with Women’s Lives Leeds. The women’s-only drop-in clinic will take place on Wednesday 30 June 2021, 10am-4pm

MindMate mural unveiled for Mental Health Awareness Week

MindMate, the advice and support website for young people in Leeds, are working with Leeds Street Gallery to paint a graffiti mural at the LS-TEN skate park in Hunslet to raise awareness of mental health issues for children and young people in Leeds. MindMate, commisioned by the NHS in Leeds,

Unpaid Carers urged to get vital Covid-19 vaccination

The NHS in Leeds is urging people aged 16 and over who provide vital unpaid care and support for others to come forward for their vaccination. Unpaid Carers of elderly or disabled people are included in priority group 6, as recommended by the Joint Committee for Vaccinations and Immunisations. However,