Young Londoners are being urged to get jabbed on a vaccination “Super Saturday” as confirmed Covid-19 cases soared among 20 to 24-year-olds in some boroughs.
London’s public health chief, Professor Kevin Fenton, and Mayor Sadiq Khan issued the urgent appeal as the race to get people inoculated in the capital was ramped up amid a rise in coronavirus infections fuelled by the Delta/Indian variant.
Thousands of appointments were available at mass vaccination centres at West Ham, Chelsea and Charlton tomorrow and at Spurs on Sunday.
He also warned: “Case rates are on the increase across the city, with sharp rises among the 20-24 age group in some areas. We need young Londoners everywhere to help get us over the line by getting jabbed, getting tested and following the basics of Hands, Face, Space and Fresh Air at all times.”
To pre-book a time slot and appointment at a walk-in clinic you can follow these links…
Saturday 19th June:
Sunday 20th June: