Fourth large-scale vaccination centre opens on Monday 22nd February in Thanet

A Thanet call centre will be transformed into a life-saving vaccination centre serving vulnerable people in Thanet and those within a 45-minute drive.
Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust (KCHFT), which is co-ordinating and leading the large vaccination centres in Kent and Medway, has already opened three centres in Folkestone, Gravesend and Tonbridge.
Like Folkestone, Gravesend and Tonbridge, the Thanet centre will be open to people aged 65 and over. Invitations to people in priority cohort five (over 65s) have been sent this week.

You can make an appointment by phoning 119 or visiting


Anyone who is in a higher priority cohort (over 70, clinically extremely vulnerable or health and social care staff), can also book at any site.  


Please do not turn up without an appointment slot and don't arrive too early as you will cause unnecessary queuing. 

For the latest list of vaccination centres in Kent & Medway click here

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