A vaccination centre has opened at Stadium MK to give residents of Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas the opportunity to get boosted in a bid to combat the Omicron variant.
As the effort to vaccinate our local population increases, the opening of this new vaccination centre, at the home of MK Dons, will ensure that residents have as many opportunities as possible to get their vaccination by increasing the number of available appointments in our area.
The brand new vaccination centre at Stadium MK opened today (Monday) for walk-in appointments with members of the public open to walk in and 'get boosted' until Tuesday. Bookings will be available from Wednesday on the national booking service.
“The opening of new vaccination centres will allow us to increase the number of appointments available to our population each day, making it even easier for residents to get their jab at a time and place most convenient for them.
“I would like to encourage anyone who has not yet had their first, second or booster vaccine, to come forward to get vaccinated.”
Stadium MK, Home of MK Dons, is delighted to be supporting NHS Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes in the administration of the COVID-19 Vaccine.
Director John Cove, speaking to to BBC News, expressed the importance Stadium MK has within the wider MK Dons Community. Expressing the importance of getting vaccinated following the Omicron Variant outbreak with the Stadium taking further steps to encourage vaccinations within the Milton Keynes community.
"We want to give everyone the opportunity to get vaccinated, with a match coming up next Wednesday we want fans to come down and get the vaccination before they watch the football"
You can come to Stadium MK to get vaccinated, walk ins are available until Tuesday. Just simply come to Stadium MK, entering at Gate 5 to get Vaccinated. Alternatively, from Wednesday, you can book using the National booking service online.