Scores of people- including Posh stars - attend walk in vaccine clinic at Peterborough United’s ground
Scores of people attended a walk in vaccine clinic at Peterborough United’s home ground at the weekend as the city’s fight against coronavirus continues.
The walk in clinic was held on Saturday and Sunday at the Weston Homes Stadium - and members of Peterborough United’s Championship squad were among the first to get a jab.
The event was one of a number of clinics being held across Peterborough to try and increase the number of people getting their jabs in the city. The previous weekend a clinic was held at the Thomas Walker Medical Centre.
A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG said; “The vaccination programme is progressing well across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, with more than a million COVID-19 vaccine doses delivered to date thanks to an incredible team effort.
“Thousands of people in Peterborough have now taken advantage of walk-in clinics across the city to get their jab, including at our pop-up walk-in sites at Thomas Walker Surgery and at Peterborough United Football Club. We are planning further walk-in opportunities over the coming days and weeks, but if you’d rather get dates in the diary you can still choose to book your appointments online or by ringing 119.”