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Get your child immunised at new drive-through venues

4:03 pm, Tuesday, 16th June 2020 - 1 year ago

Children and families

Thousands of children across the country have missed out on receiving their in-school vaccinations because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Now, the Council’s School Nursing service are to set up drive-through vaccine centres across the borough to vaccinate those Year 8 students who have missed their jabs.

The vaccine is free to all children and offers protection against human papillomavirus (HPV).

It helps protect against cancers caused by HPV, including cervical cancer, some mouth and throat (head and neck) cancers, and some cancers of the anal and genital areas.

 

How to book an appointment

The sessions are by appointment only, so you will need to book a slot before going for your child’s jab.

The vaccines are only available to students in Year 8 at school.

To book an appointment, email schoolnursingadvice@nelincs.gov.uk or call 01472 323660.

Once you’ve arranged your appointment, simply turn up, park up and receive your jab.

Drive-through Venue Date
Immingham Swimming Pool 24th June
Immingham Swimming Pool 25th June
Great Coates Village Hall 1st July
Stanford Centre and Library 2nd July
New Waltham Community Hall 8th July
New Waltham Community Hall 9th July
Humber Royal Hotel 15th July
Humber Royal Hotel 16th July
Bradley Football Development Centre 22nd July
Bradley Football Development Centre 23rd July
Scartho Baths Car Park 29th July
Scartho Baths Car Park 30th July
Clee Fields Car Park 5th Aug
Clee Fields Car Park 6th Aug
Bradley Football Development Centre 12th Aug
Bradley Football Development Centre 13th Aug
Scartho Baths Car Park 19th Aug
Scartho Baths Car Park 20th Aug
Clee Fields Car Park 26th Aug
Clee Fields Car Park 27th Aug

* Sessions may be cancelled due to bad weather

Clinic Venue Date
Molson Centre, Kent Street, Grimsby Monday – Friday, 9.30am – 4.30pm

Tuesday and Thursday until 7pm

 

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