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Health & Care Workers second dose of COVID-19 vaccinations

Urgent update to health and care workers that all second dose COVID vaccines from Friday (5 February) will take place at Beau Sejour and not at the hospital.

Due to the need to minimise non-essential visits to the hospital and to ensure adequate social distancing, all second dose COVID-19 vaccination appointments for health and care workers will now take place at the Covid Vaccination Centre at Beau Sejour.

Some 1,000 frontline workers across HSC and a number of health and care institutions, including the Medical Specialist Group, GP surgeries, pharmacies, St John Ambulance and other charities are due to have their second vaccine appointment between Friday 5 and Sunday 14 February.

These had previously been arranged to take place in the Emma Ferbrache Room at the hospital but all will now take place at Beau Sejour. The date and time of an individual’s appointment remains the same, the only the change is the venue.

Health and care workers attending Beau Sejour for their second dose vaccination appointment should enter via the main entrance and advise the welcome staff that they are there for the Healthcare Clinic. They will then be directed to a separate reception desk.

Specific details of the appointments which have been relocated to the Covid Vaccination Centre at Beau Sejour can be found below:

Appointments on Friday 5 February:

For those that had your first dose of Pfizer on 15 January, this will be your second dose of Pfizer

  • Attend at your same scheduled appointment time (clinic runs from 10.30am-2pm)
  • If you cannot remember your appointment time please drop into the clinic between 11am-1pm, and our vaccinators will see you as soon as they can

Appointments on Monday 8, Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 February:

For those that had your first dose of Pfizer on 18, 19 or 20 January, this will be your second dose of Pfizer

  • Attend at your same scheduled appointment time (clinic runs from 9.15am-4.45pm each day)
  • If you cannot remember your appointment time please drop into the clinic between 10am-12pm or 2-4pm the same day, and our vaccinators will see you as soon as they can

Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 Feb:

1. For those that had your first dose of  AstraZeneca on 16 or 17 January, this will be your second dose of AstraZeneca

  • Attend at your same scheduled appointment time (clinic runs from 10.30am-2pm each day)
  • If you cannot remember your appointment time please drop into the clinic between 11am-1pm the same day, and our vaccinators will see you as soon as they can

 

2. For those that had your first dose of  Pfizer on 23 or 24 January, this will be your second dose of Pfizer

  • Attend at your same scheduled appointment time (clinic runs from 9.30am-5pm each day)
  • If you cannot remember your appointment time please drop into the clinic between 10am-12pm or 2-4pm the same day, and our vaccinators will see you as soon as they can

If a health and care worker is are unable to make their scheduled appointment, or has forgotten their appointment time, they should email covidvaccine@gov.gg, giving personal details, contact details, appointment time (if known) and the vaccine they are due to receive.

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