If you're aged 18 or over, you may be able to 'grab a jab' at Salisbury City Hall from today (July 8).

There is a walk-in Covid vaccine clinic for adults who either have not yet had their first vaccine or have had their first Pfizer dose more than eight weeks ago.

Every day starting today, the hall will be open all day - from 8.30am until 7pm - for the clinic.

Organisers say there is no need to book, but there is a limited supply of vaccines, offered on a first come, first served basis.

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On Monday, City Hall delivered its 100,000th vaccine and it is hoped that the open-door policy will encourage more people who have yet to be vaccinated to come forward.

Gill May, Director of Nursing and Quality in the region's CCG, said: “Just like Gareth Southgate and the England team are on track to bring football home on Sunday night, we’re also on track to achieving our goal of offering all adults in our region their first vaccine by Monday 19 July.

“To get us over the line, and to ensure that as many people as possible are vaccinated before social distancing measures are lifted, we are calling on any people who have yet to arrange their appointment to not delay in coming forward.

“With the country quite rightly in a celebratory mood, now is not the time to be complacent about Covid-19, but the absolute right time to get protected.”

Those who have had an initial vaccination are reminded to get the second dose, which is available eight weeks after the date of the first.

Visit www.bswccg.nhs.uk for more information on the vaccine rollout, and details of all health and care services in the region.

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