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PA 2nd Covid-19 Vaccines

Rotherham

Second dose vaccinations are continuing across Rotherham. Rotherham vaccination sites will provide second dose vaccinations at 11 to 12 weeks after the first dose was given.

They believe they have invited people who are currently due to have their 2nd vaccine, however if you received your FIRST DOSE of the vaccine at one of the Rotherham sites on or before 24th January 2021 (if you had your 1st dose after this date please do not contact them) and have not received an appointment for your SECOND DOSE, please send the following details to the email addresses below.

  • Name, Date of birth, GP practice, Contact phone number, Postcode , Date and location you had your 1st vaccine & Type of vaccine you had at 1st dose

Rotherham registered patients EXCLUDING those registered at Swallownest, Thurcroft, Dinnington and Kiveton Park practices please email these details to roccg.secondappointment@nhs.net

If you are registered at Swallownest, Thurcroft, Dinnington and Kiveton Park – send your details to Roccg.rvspcn.covidqueries@nhs.net

If you received your first dose at Rotherham Hospital Hub before 24th January call 01709 426645, please note this number is very busy.

If you received your first dose after 24th January 2021 we will be in contact when you are due to have your 2nd dose.

Doncaster

Second dose vaccinations are continuing across Doncaster. Doncaster vaccination sites will provide second dose vaccinations at 11 to 12 weeks after the first dose was given.

They believe they have invited people who are currently due to have their 2nd vaccine, however if you received your FIRST DOSE of the vaccine at DRI on or before 25th January 2021 (if you had your 1st dose after this date please do not contact them before 19th April) and have not received an appointment for your SECOND DOSE, please send the following details to the email addresses below.
covid.vaccinations@doncaster.gov.uk or message us directly and we can send a direct contact number

Please remember to maintain wearing PPE and having regular Covid-19 tests

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