Windsor vaccination service moves to town centre

The Covid-19 vaccination service for Windsor residents will soon be moving to the town centre. The service, which launched at Windsor Racecourse on 21 December last year, has provided protection to tens of thousands of local people with doses of the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines in the past six months.

The process of relocating to Windsor Yards has commenced, using the former Lakeland store to continue to provide vaccination to people in all remaining cohorts. All those being invited for vaccination will be given the full details of where they should attend.

Windsor Primary Care Network and local NHS services would like to thank Royal Windsor Racecourse for its much-valued support for the Covid vaccination programme by allowing its premises to be used for appointments.

Jo Greengrass, CCG Director of Quality and Nursing, said: “Windsor residents who receive invitations for vaccination are urged to make and attend their appointments. Vaccination is the surest way out of the Covid-19 pandemic and anyone who has not responded to previous invitations is encouraged to contact their GP practice to arrange to receive the vaccine.”