Where we are and what you need to do following changes to the booster programme.
They are helping to ensure the booster is available locally for many people
Almost 2,000 Covid booster doses are being given every day by Swansea Bay University Health Board to the top priority groups.
Thousands of people have been enjoying an outdoor art exhibition as they attend the Bay Mass Vaccination Centre (MVC) for their all-important Covid jabs.
The health board is making it easier for older people to get their Covid-19 booster vaccinations with the use of converted shipping containers.
PEOPLE who’ve not yet had their first Covid-19 vaccination are being urged to get the jab now to get ready for the countdown to Christmas season.
Rugby giants the Ospreys have backed a Swansea Bay campaign to get as many men as possible aged under 40 vaccinated in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot.
More than 200 people visited Swansea Bay University Health Board’s mobile vaccination unit, ‘The Immbulance’, last week, to get a Covid-19 vaccination.
Swansea beachfront’s much-loved bar, The Secret, will be home to Swansea Bay University Health Board’s Immbulance after it lent its support to the health boards ‘Roll Up Your Sleeves’ campaign.
It’s never been easier to get a Covid-19 vaccine in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot.
A fifth of adults under 40 in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot have still not had their first dose of a Covid vaccine.
A drive-through pilot project has seen 135 people get their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccination from the comfort of their own vehicles in Swansea Bay.
Getting two doses of Covid-19 vaccination is one of the best ways to protect yourself against Covid-19 - and experiencing symptoms long term (known as long Covid).
As of Monday afternoon July 12th, 2021, 500,871 doses of Covid vaccine – first and second doses - have been given to eligible people living in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot.
A Singleton Hospital worker has enlisted the help of her colleagues to tell people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities about the importance of taking the Covid-19 vaccination.
Reaction to the interim advice from the JCVI on the autumn booster programme.
Our resilient and dedicated GP surgeries have been thanked for helping deliver Swansea Bay University Health Board’s successful vaccination programme
“Don’t Bale on us now. It’s time for unvaccinated people to come forward for their first dose and for those who have had their first dose to make sure they have their second.”
The once-a-week Morriston Hospital service has already given first and second doses to around 40 people.
They were the first in Europe to sign up for the Medicago study