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Walk-in Covid vaccine clinic at Nantwich Civic Hall

Walk-in Covid vaccine clinic at Nantwich Civic Hall

Another walk-in Covid vaccination clinic is to be held at Nantwich Civic Hall tomorrow (January 31).

Organisers say it will the last walk-in clinic there for some period of time.

January 30, 2022
Latest walk-in Covid vaccine clinic being held in Nantwich

Latest walk-in Covid vaccine clinic being held in Nantwich

Anyone eligible for a COVID vaccination can have one at a walk-in clinic at Nantwich Civic Hall today (January 17).

Vaccines are available at the walk-in between 2pm and 7pm and today.

January 17, 2022
Second walk-in Covid vaccine clinic in Nantwich

Second walk-in Covid vaccine clinic in Nantwich

A second walk-on Covid vaccine session is being held in Nantwich this week.

Anyone eligible for a Covid vaccination you can attend without booking an appointment at Nantwich Civic Hall on Thursday December 30.

December 27, 2021
Walk-in booster Covid vaccine in Nantwich Civic Hall

Walk-in booster Covid vaccine in Nantwich Civic Hall

Residents can get a booster Covid vaccine dose as a walk-in from the Nantwich Civic Hall tomorrow (December 21)

They will be available on Tuesday December 21 between 2pm and 7pm.

December 20, 2021
Vaccine decisions for Cheshire East children in care

Vaccine decisions for Cheshire East children in care

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
Cheshire East is deciding on a case by case basis if children in the council’s care should be given the Covid vaccine if birth parents do not consent.

Annemarie Parker, head of service for cared for children and care leavers, told a corporate parenting committee that the local authority sought consent from the parents of cared for children aged 12 to 15.

November 4, 2021
Flu vaccine uptake fears aired by Cheshire East health chiefs

Flu vaccine uptake fears aired by Cheshire East health chiefs

By Belinda Ryan, local democracy reporter
A Cheshire East health chief has warned of a “challenging winter” amid fears Covid will result in lower resilience to flu.

Director of public health Dr Matt Tyrer said it was vital people got the message that they should be vaccinated for both conditions.

July 13, 2021
Leighton Hospital celebrates 40,000 Covid vaccine milestone

Leighton Hospital celebrates 40,000 Covid vaccine milestone

Leighton Hospital teams are celebrating after reaching the milestone of administering 40,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Its vaccination centre opened on December 29 with the aim to vaccinate 7,000 people, including frontline healthcare workers and priority groups.

May 13, 2021
Two-thirds of Cheshire adults have Covid-19 vaccine, data shows

Two-thirds of Cheshire adults have Covid-19 vaccine, data shows

By Ethan Davies, local democracy reporter
Nearly two-thirds of Cheshire’s adult population have now had their Covid-19 vaccine, new data shows.

The statistics, from NHS England, show that up to April 4, 388,487 residents have had their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine — out of a population of 596,446 — representing 65% of the county’s over-16s.

April 9, 2021
Astra Zeneca vaccine “benefits” outweigh risks, says Cheshire health chief

Astra Zeneca vaccine “benefits” outweigh risks, says Cheshire health chief

By Ethan Davies, local democracy reporter
The ‘benefits’ of the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine ‘outweigh the risks’, a leading Cheshire NHS official has said.

Clare Watson, accountable officer for the NHS Cheshire clinical commissioning group (CCG) — the organisation leading the county’s vaccination roll-out — made the comments yesterday (April 7).

April 8, 2021
Nearly 9 in 10 over 50s in Cheshire get have first Covid vaccine

Nearly 9 in 10 over 50s in Cheshire get have first Covid vaccine

By Ethan Davies, local democrary reporter
Nearly nine in ten of Cheshire’s over-50 population have had their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

New data, from NHS England up to March 21, shows that an average of 87.3% of those in the various age groups from 50 onwards have had their first dose.

March 25, 2021
CEC Leader warns of “fourth wave” as Covid rates in Cheshire fall below England average

CEC Leader warns of “fourth wave” as Covid rates in Cheshire fall below England average

By Ethan Davies, local democracy reporter
There is “a high chance” of a fourth wave of Covid-19 cases in Cheshire East if residents do not follow government guidance.

That’s the warning from CEC Labour leader Sam Corcoran, despite a drop in cases to 51.8 in 100,000 – below the England average of 58.7.

March 16, 2021
Covid vaccine supplies in Cheshire East to be stepped up, says Leader

Covid vaccine supplies in Cheshire East to be stepped up, says Leader

By Ethan Davies, local democracy reporter
Covid vaccine supplies to Cheshire East will be stepped up again, having been ‘throttled back’ by government.

CEC Labour Council Leader Sam Corcoran also admitted there had been “teething problems” at the opening of a mass vaccine centre at Alderley Park.

March 12, 2021
Covid vaccine supply in Cheshire East “throttled back”, says CEC leader

Covid vaccine supply in Cheshire East “throttled back”, says CEC leader

By Ethan Davies, local democracy reporter
Covid-19 vaccine supplies in Cheshire East will be “throttled back” to allow other parts of the country “to catch up”.

That’s according to Cheshire East Council leader Sam Corcoran, who made his comments during his leaders’ address at a full council meeting and on Twitter today (February 19)

February 19, 2021