Mrs P will have to wait a bit longer for hers:Booked ours for a week Saturday as Mrs P currently is testing positive for Covid. She is laid up in bed after passing out and headbutting the patio this morning. Head still bleeding and a nice egg sized lump on her forehead to boot.
Similar experience for my Covid and flu jabs - like a well oiled machine for both, more or less in and out in minutes, helped by a well organised system and a number of public spirited volunteers helping with admin ,queue organising and parking.Had our covid booster and flu jabs in Shoreham today, no queuing straight in 15 minutes before our appointments.
I went there earlier this week.
It's quite a little vaccine factory they've got going up there - must be quite lucrative. Also quite strange that Worthing doesn't seem to have any locations.
How did you book yours? Did you say you were vulnerable, and if so did they not ask for proof?Had mine a couple of lunchtimes ago. Had a small interrogation over why i was there - you're under 50, explain yourself - but quiveringly pulled the brain damage tale from under my hat, and got jabbed. I feel a bit eurgh, but not too bad.
There is a 'I'm vulnerable' bit on the booking website you are instructed to use in the invitation email, I think you just need to show the email that invites you to book as proof if you're under 50 - I'm being pestered to book a jab myself though I'm still not entirely sure why I was flagged tbh, just assume that rather like @Meade's Ball it is due to my hospital visit a few years back...How did you book yours? Did you say you were vulnerable, and if so did they not ask for proof?