People aged 56 and over in Milton Keynes can now book a coronavirus vaccine online

    Anyone aged 56 years and older in Milton Keynes can now book a coronavirus vaccine online.

    The service was expanded to cover the new group of people yesterday, having previously only been open to those aged 60 and above.

    In addition, people of any age who are at high risk of coronavirus (group 4 - clinically extremely vulnerable) or have a condition that puts them at higher risk (group 6 - clinically vulnerable) can book their appointment online now.

    And it's also open to anyone in Milton Keynes who is an eligible frontline health or social care worker, has a learning disability or is a main carer for someone at high risk from coronavirus.

    The NHS are contacting all eligible residents by letter, but there is no need to wait for a letter to arrive before you can book an appointment online.

    Residents must be registered with a GP practice in England in order to use the online booking service.

    If you are eligible, you can book your appointment now by clicking here.

    A total of 67,793 people in the Borough of Milton Keynes have so far been given a first dose of the vaccine, according to the latest local data published on Thursday.

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