POP-UP COVID 19 VACCINATION CLINIC AT WLICC
Tuesday 9th February between 10:30am - 2:30pm .
اَلسَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ ٱللَّهِ وَبَرَكاتُهُ
We have arranged with the NHS and Hammersmith & Fulham Council to open up a temporary vaccination clinic next Tuesday to administer Oxford AstraZenica vaccination.
We have about 90 appointment slots available and want to vaccinate as many people within our community, aged over 65, as possible within this clinic.
We strongly encourage our eligible community to take up this offer of a vaccination to protect yourself and other members of our community and the wider community from becoming seriously ill with Covid 19.
Booking an appointment:
If you are over 65 and would like to book your appointment for a vaccination, please call us on 07849325279 – over the weekend from 10am-5pm.
You will NOT be able to get a vaccination unless you have booked an appointment with us.
Please do NOT attempt to book an appointment for a vaccination if you have either experienced Covid 19 symptoms in the past two weeks or have tested positive for the virus.
When you arrive:
Anyone with an appointment must bring with them their ID and NHS number (if available). If you cannot find your NHS number, then staff at the centre will be able to look it up on the day of your appointment.
Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes before the allocated slot.
You must wear a mask at all times and maintain social distancing whilst on the premises.
When you arrive, you may have to wait in a short queue outside until you can be registered in the registration area (women’s entrance). When entering, you will be asked to remove your shoes and directed to the registration desk.
Once registered, you will be directed into the main prayer hall on the ground floor, where there will be two separate vaccination pods set up for Men & women. Each of the vaccination areas will be staffed by the appropriate clinicians (male in men section, female in women’s section)Please spread the word to any family members or friends over 65 within our community. The more of our community we can vaccinate, the more protection we will have against the Covid 19 infection.