The coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine is safe and effective. It gives you the best protection against coronavirus.
The priority groups for the vaccine is shown below.
We have been allocated a limited number of appointments slots, please do NOT contact the practice regarding vaccinations. If you are eligible based on government criteria – we will contact you. This is to ensure that our phone lines and reception staff remain free, so that we can continue to deliver high level care.
We are aware that there are a number of questions about the vaccine. Below are some helpful links which may answer some of your questions.
Information regarding The Covid 19 Pfizer vaccine
Possible side effects of Pfizer vaccine
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Information regarding the AstraZeneca Vaccine
Websites or patient information
Harrow CCG website
7th April 2021 – Update from JCVI regarding Astra Zeneca and concerns re clots
BBC website regarding Astra Zeneca concerns
COVID Vaccination Hubs
THE HIVE LONDON
The Hive London, Camrose Ave, London HA8 6AG
Tithe Farm Sports and Social Club, 151 Rayners Lane, Harrow HA2 0XH
The site is readily accessible by walking – off Alexandra Avenue and Eastcote Lane in South Harrow, nearest Underground: Rayners Lane or by H12 Bus which stops directly outside the Centre.
Byron Hall, Christchurch Avenue, Harrow, HA3 5BD
Please note that this is a constantly changing area and information will be updated as soon as we are able to do so.
Please be aware of scam text messages regarding the COVID vaccine – any text message from the surgery will not require you to enter your bank details. Please see our tweet to warn people about these scams.
Please note that you will be contacted by the site that you had your first vaccine at around 10-11 weeks after your first dose to arrange your second dose. If you have NOT heard by 11 weeks after your first dose – please contact reception. If you did not have your vaccine in Harrow, you will need to contact the hospital or venue you had your first dose.
Last updated 8th April 2021