There are now 11 confirmed Covid-19 vaccination hubs across Nottinghamshire as the NHS rollout of jabs continues.

The latest local vaccination service opened on Saturday, January 16, at Newark Showground as part of the roll-out of the Covid-19 national vaccination programme.

Among the first to receive a vaccination at the new site were ex-veterans Tony Parker, aged 81, and his wife Beryl Parker, aged 82, who both live in Newark.

Having met each other in Singapore while serving for the RAF, the Parkers have been married for more than 60 years and have spent the majority of the pandemic shielding together.

Mr Parker said: “We are pleased to be receiving the vaccination and are looking forward to being able to see our family safely again, spending time with them is what it’s all about.”

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire's NHS Clinical Commissioning Group is asking for residents to wait until they have received a letter before contacting the NHS, their GP or local hospital.


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