Over 11,000 people have been vaccinated through the Powys Teaching Health Board COVID-19 vaccination programme.
The third Mass Vaccination Centre in Powys has opened in its new location at the Maldwyn Leisure Centre in Newtown.
Health chiefs are remining people in Powys that Hands Face Space remains critically important.
The dedicated members of our Admin Team are working hard behind the scenes to deliver our COVID-19 vaccination programme.
Our weekly newsletter aims to keep you updated on COVID-19 vaccination plans and progress in Powys.
Wednesday this week saw the opening of the new Mass Vaccination Centre at the Royal Welsh Showground in Llanelwedd, Builth Wells. In its first few days of operation it will see almost 1,000 Powys residents aged 80 and over receive their first dose of the COVID vaccine.
Two mobile testing units will be moving to new locations in Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain and Llandrindod Wells from Saturday 16 January.
We at Powys Teaching Health Board would like to express our thanks to the six members of the RAF who are supporting us with the roll out of COVID vaccinations.
A network of primary care-led vaccination clinics will open across the county by the end of the month.
Your invitation for COVID-19 will normally come from the county where you are registered with a GP.
Residents of care homes in Newtown are amongst the latest people to receive COVID-19 vaccination in the county.
COVID-19 vaccination appointments are only available if you have a confirmed date and time. Please attend at your allotted time.
Our Q&A session with Carol Shillabeer is available to watch online.
Please wait to be contacted about our appointment. Please do not contact your GP, pharmacy, health board, hospital or local authority.
An online Q&A Event on COVID-19 Vaccination in Powys will take place on 12 January with Carol Shillabeer, Chief Executive, Powys Teaching Health Board.
The first edition of our COVID-19 vaccination bulletin is available to read online.
Thursday saw another 250 care home residents vaccinated in Powys across nine different care homes.
Powys communities are being urged to be on their guard for Coronavirus and follow social distancing guidelines to slow the spread of the virus.
Alongside the county’s mass vaccination centres, the first GP practice-led COVID-19 vaccinations get under way next week in a pathfinder service through Presteigne Medical Centre.
Today, 6 January 2021, Crosfield House in mid-Powys saw the first care home residents in the county receive their COVID vaccine.