People living with anxiety, visual impairment or disabilities are being offered a unique opportunity to get a Covid vaccine.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council’s (GYBC) community champions programme has joined forces with Vision Norfolk to run a special vaccination clinic on Tuesday, November 22.
The drop-in clinic, taking place from 10am to 2pm at Vision Norfolk’s Great Yarmouth office, will see jabs given out by staff from the Louise Hamilton Centre at James Paget University Hospital.
Those who attend can expect a relaxed approach, with a number of private rooms and free refreshments
Emma Flaxman-Taylor, chairman of GYBC’s housing and neighbourhood committee, called it a “perfect opportunity” to get vaccinated in a “safe, welcoming setting”.
For more information contact James Dudley, community champions coordinator, by emailing [email protected]
Vision Norfolk is one of the UK’s longest-established charities, offering a wide range of support to visually impaired people.
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