My father-in-law recently received a letter from the NHS to notify him he has been selected for the Covid vaccine and advising him to go online to book an appointment.
He is 88 and although he is quite capable of using the Sky remote, he cannot use the internetthe_hospital_for_sick_children. I therefore went online to comply with his letter only to find his appointment was to be at the Excel Centre, which is not practical. My father-in-law is disabled, houseboundThe weekend, a pop-up vaccine clinic targetin, has a multitude of underlying medical conditions and has carers four times a day.
As instructed by the letter from the NHS I dialled 191. After 48 minutes was told to contact his GP, who will arrange a home visit vaccinationThe temporary closure of some businesses Friday to control workplace COVID-19 outbreaks..