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Care Home residents are getting the boosts they need
22 Jun 2022

The vast majority of vulnerable elderly care home residents in Norfolk and Waveney have now received their COVID-19 spring booster thanks to the efforts of local vaccination teams. Over 95% of Norfolk and Waveney’s care homes have had their spring booster vaccinations with the remainder to be visited over the coming weeks.

The Spring Booster programme is the rollout of an additional vaccine dose to people who have previously received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to ensure continued protection for those most at risk from COVID-19.

Summer opening hours for large-scale vaccination centres across Norfolk and Waveney
17 Jun 2022

After a busy few months delivering the Spring booster campaign, our large-scale vaccination sites are beginning to quieten down and consequently we will temporarily be reducing the opening hours at the following two sites from 4th July:

· Beetley Ward at Dereham Hospital will be open for walk-ins and booked appointments on Tuesdays from 8.30am - 7.30pm, and Fridays and Saturdays from 8.30am - 4pm.

Norfolk and Waveney secures top of the leader board for COVID-19 vaccinations
16 Jun 2022

The latest data from has revealed that vaccination team across Norfolk and Waveney are leading the way nationally in administering three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to its staff and the wider population.

Latest figures show that the East of England commissioning area was top of the leader board for administration of the three doses, having given 43,378 (78.9%) doses to the population.

Norfolk and Waveney health and care system to contribute towards NHS green savings equivalent to half a million fewer cars on the road
16 Jun 2022

As the UK marks Clean Air Day (16th June) the Norfolk and Waveney Integrated Care System (ICS) Green Plan is set to play its part in helping the NHS cut more than 1m tonnes of C02 emissions in the next three years – the equivalent of taking 520,000 cars off the road.

One of more than 200 new green plans put forward by NHS trusts across England, the plan sets out how health and care organisations across Norfolk and Waveney will reduce their environmental impact and help the NHS reach net zero by 2040. 

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