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SUPER SUNDAY: 2,000 vaccinated at Vicarage Road Stadium in Watford

 Published on: 28th June 2021   |   By: Lizzie Ellis   |   Category: Uncategorized

Vicarage Road was transformed into a vaccination centre yesterday (Sunday, June 27) for anyone aged 18 and over to receive their Pfizer jab.

The collective effort from volunteers helped to deliver thousands of COVID-19 vaccinations to adults in the town.

Almost 2,000 people were vaccinated on ‘Super Sunday’ as part of the town’s efforts to reduce infection rates, protect people from new variants of the virus and save the summer.

The clinic ran from 10am to 9pm on June 27 and was open to anyone aged 18 and over living in Watford and who had not received their first COVID-19 jab, with people invited to pre-book. The initiative was organised by Watford Borough Council, the NHS, Hertfordshire County Council, Watford FC and a whole host of community organisations.

The event formed part of the work being done by the council, NHS and partners to encourage people to get vaccinated. Vaccinations were led by a clinical team from across Watford, including Manor View Practice, Abbotswood Health Centre, Sheepcot Medical Centre, Vine House Health Centre, Upton Road Surgery, Watford Health Centre and New Road Surgery.

To keep people entertained whilst they waited for their vaccine, residents enjoyed the street entertainment on show and refreshments provided by sponsors Watford Chamber of Commerce, Sewa Day, Wenzels, Dominos, Costco and Tesco.

Elected Mayor of Watford, Peter Taylor said: “The COVID vaccine programme is the largest vaccination campaign in NHS history and teams across Watford have been working tirelessly to ensure the town’s response to the vaccination programme has been a success. The Super Sunday Clinic was the biggest pop-up clinic we have done so far, so I want to thank all the GPs across the town for the tremendous effort today administering the vaccine and ensuring the vaccine rollout is a success in the area. 

Dr Asif Faizy, Board GP Watford and Three Rivers and Locality Chair said: “We’ve seen the very best of Watford today – when everyone in the community pulls together, we can achieve so much.  I’d like to thank the generous volunteers who have given up their weekend to support the vaccination campaign; Watford Borough Council, the local businesses, NHS staff and community organisations who made today possible.”

Richard Walker, Watford FC’s Head of Communications & Media Relations: “We’re happy to have played our part in hosting this truly collective community effort. The relationship with our NHS next-door neighbours could not be any stronger right now and we look forward to working together in the future for the benefit of local people.”

If you missed out on the Super Sunday Clinic, there are more clinics and opportunities to get vaccinated to benefit yourself and others.

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