National NHS invite to 32- and 33-year olds for COVID-19 vaccination – information for local residents

Around a million people across England in the 32-33 age range will have received a text message from the national NHS over the weekend, inviting them to book their COVID-19 vaccination through the national booking system (NBS) – website and phone number. In Gloucestershire, the bulk of community vaccinations are being delivered through a network of 10 GP led Primary Care Network... Read More


NHS in Gloucestershire hits 600,000 vaccinations milestone

Vaccination teams across Gloucestershire have been widely praised as yet another major COVID-19 vaccination milestone is surpassed in the county today, with more than 600,000 doses given. This includes more than 230,000 second doses, which NHS leaders have described as a remarkable effort. If they have not already been in contact, local GP services will be in touch as soon as supplies... Read More


National NHS invite to 34- and 35-year olds for COVID-19 vaccination – information for local residents

Around a million people across England in the 34-35 age range will receive a text message from the national NHS today or tomorrow, inviting them to book their COVID-19 vaccination through the national booking system (NBS) – website and phone number. In Gloucestershire, the bulk of community vaccinations are being delivered through a network of 10 GP led Primary Care Network vaccination... Read More


National NHS invite to 36- and 37-year olds for COVID-19 vaccination – information for local residents

Around a million people across England in the 36-37 age range will receive a text message from the national NHS today or tomorrow, inviting them to book their COVID-19 vaccination through the national booking system (NBS) – website and phone number. In Gloucestershire, the bulk of community vaccinations are being delivered through a network of 10 GP led Primary Care Network vaccination... Read More


Update on second doses for people aged over 50 and those with underlying health conditions (cohorts 1-9)

Following the national announcement that people over the age of 50 and those at risk should have their second COVID-19 vaccination brought forward from 12 to 8 weeks, the NHS in Gloucestershire is reassuring residents that they do not need to contact their GP surgery. The NHS will be in touch with those who need their appointment brought forward. The majority of people over the... Read More


National NHS invite to 38- and 39-year olds for COVID-19 vaccination – information for local residents

Around a million people across England in the 38-39 age range will have received a text message from the national NHS today, inviting them to book their COVID-19 vaccination through the national booking system (NBS) – website and phone number. In Gloucestershire, the bulk of community vaccinations are being delivered through a network of 10 GP led Primary Care Network vaccination... Read More


NHS in Gloucestershire hits half a million COVID-19 vaccination milestone

Vaccination teams across Gloucestershire have been widely praised as yet another major COVID-19 vaccination milestone is surpassed in the county today, with 500,000 doses given. Over 150,000 second doses have also been given in Gloucestershire, which NHS leaders have described as a ‘remarkable effort.’ If they have not already been in contact, local GP services will be in touch... Read More


Over 145,000 second vaccination doses delivered in Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire’s GP leaders are continuing to urge residents who have had their first COVID-19 vaccination to attend their second dose appointments as planned. The large majority of people aged 50 years or over and people with underlying health conditions have had their first doses, and it is important that when the time comes they attend their second dose appointment to get... Read More


NHS Trusts in Gloucestershire ease hospital visiting restrictions

With transmission rates continuing to reduce, the successful vaccination roll out in full swing and the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown continuing on track, the NHS in Gloucestershire has reviewed arrangements for visiting in the county’s hospitals. From Monday 26 April, one visitor per patient will be allowed in the county’s hospitals for one hour each day. Visitors... Read More


NHS provides reassurance to people in COVID-19 vaccination priority groups

GP leaders in the county are reassuring people aged 45-49 that residents will not need to travel outside of the county for their COVID-19 vaccination if they do not wish to. Local GP services will be in touch soon, if they haven’t already, to offer an appointment slot locally to people aged 45-49 at one of 10 Primary Care Network GP-led vaccination centres across the county. Residents... Read More