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Started by: bentlegs (4602)

Injection are being given for the over 80s next week, i got a date for Tuesday.Across from the DW stadium,

Started: 8th Jan 2021 at 12:25
Last edited by bentlegs: 8th Jan 2021 at 12:28:52

Posted by: bert (693)

Good news i cant wait.then i can go jogging again.

Replied: 8th Jan 2021 at 12:54

Posted by: dougie (4607) 

Tumtingle---I would go if I got ward but, would be quite happy to hang on for the Oxford vaccine

P.S. Just got my booking letter, went on line to book gave me three options (1) Appleton 7.1 miles ---(3) Birmingham 86 miles or try again to-morrow will try again

Replied: 9th Jan 2021 at 09:22
Last edited by dougie: 9th Jan 2021 at 13:39:04

Posted by: dougie (4607) 

Tumtingle said--Injection are being given for the over 80s next week, i got a date for Tuesday.Across from the DW stadium,

Did you make yours by phone or on line, did you get the day & date by e-mail or do they just give it you to print off when applying, must be a few on here that would like to know---Tumtingle

Replied: 10th Jan 2021 at 08:46

Posted by: Domin0 (160)

I understood that you had to wait until you got a letter from your GP to have the vaccine.

Replied: 10th Jan 2021 at 09:53

Posted by: PeterP (8309)

If and when we are due for the jab both of us get done at the same time, I dont fancy having to queue twice outside waiting for our turn.

Replied: 10th Jan 2021 at 11:16

Posted by: trixie (5025) 

Are they doing vaccines for vulnerable in their homes does anyone know ?

Replied: 10th Jan 2021 at 11:49

Posted by: suesa (612)

My Mum got a call from her GP's surgery offering her the vaccine and they made the appointment for her for Tuesday. They said Mum would be given her second appointment when she got her first vaccine at Robin Park Leisure Centre by the staff there.

Replied: 10th Jan 2021 at 23:51

Posted by: suesa (612)

Warnings are going out to inform people that the covid vaccine is provided FREE OF CHARGE, apparently some people have been asked by scammers for bank details etc saying vaccines need to be paid for. Please be aware

Replied: 11th Jan 2021 at 12:16

Posted by: Domin0 (160)

The Missus and me both got a letter from the NHS today to book an appointment, I expected it would be from our GPs, before I book my appointment and then for the Wife, does anyone know whether we can book the same place and similar times.

Replied: 11th Jan 2021 at 12:50

Posted by: suesa (612)

Mum had her vaccine. It was straightforward, no queues outside and very well run inside. Mum's GP will be in contact about her 2nd vaccine which will take place at Robin Park in about 10-11 weeks time

Replied: 12th Jan 2021 at 15:45

Posted by: tonker (23077) 

A customer, in his eighties and in Westhoughton, told me today, he'd had a letter off the NHS and rang the number given.
Like Dougie, he was offered a vaccination appointment for Thursday ...... in Birmingham.

He said, "Well, I thought, 'that can't be right', had a walk down to the surgery (it's 200 yards from his house) and they said, oh, don't be going to Birmingham because we're doing them here. They gave me an appointment for next Monday morning"!

Maniacs!

Replied: 12th Jan 2021 at 17:17

Posted by: dougie (4607) 

Sorted for next week with Bryn Cross Surgery, there's no appointments left for this week so asked could I book my wife in at the same time she is over 80 , she booked use both in but will phone back with a time slot for Wigan

Replied: 13th Jan 2021 at 07:48

Posted by: dougie (4607) 

There on the ball phoned back with a time slot for both of us, 11.13 am on Tuesday at Wigan

Replied: 15th Jan 2021 at 12:31

Posted by: bentlegs (4602)

Peter P, No ques at Wigan. Told to go right in & was seen to right away but you have to wait 15 Mins before you leave in case of any reactions

Replied: 15th Jan 2021 at 12:43

Posted by: Domin0 (160)

We have our appointments, it is at St. peters pavillion Hindley.

Replied: 15th Jan 2021 at 13:42

Posted by: PeterP (8309)

On the radio today the government hope to have everybody inoculated by SEPT

Replied: 17th Jan 2021 at 13:28

Posted by: tonker (23077) 

I'm going nowhere! Where's 'oculated' anyway?

Replied: 17th Jan 2021 at 17:48

Posted by: mortarmillbill (631)

Judging by the numbers of WW members who have already had their vaccinations the forum should be renamed The Wiganworld Golden Oldies Forum.

Replied: 18th Jan 2021 at 20:43

Posted by: PeterP (8309)

Mortarmillbill the young un's dont know what WW is about. They use things like Facebook Instagram Twitter etc and are led by overpaid influencers who tell them all sorts of drivel and they believe it
I class myself has a young WW member and I am 66

Replied: 18th Jan 2021 at 20:51

Posted by: peter g (2557) 

It must have been a good year for us Peters 1954 I was born too in that year.

Replied: 21st Jan 2021 at 10:57

Posted by: dougie (4607) 

PeterP -Didn't know you was only 66 I had done my training to go down the pit, plus working down full time why you were still in nappies, done my face training before you started school you've added years on me finding that out --
I understand why you say---I class myself has a young WW member and I am 66

Replied: 21st Jan 2021 at 19:58

Posted by: Pewfall (105) 

we walked down Mesnes St 4pm, sad deserted former shadow of itself steet even b4 covid. Theres a rare new outlet today thriving, 2 doors from t'old pie shop. A covid jab shop

Replied: 21st Jan 2021 at 20:54

Posted by: PeterP (8309)

Dougie only a few years ago I went to an AGM at the bowling club and on paper the club had over 800 members. Nicky pointed out that there were only 40 members under the age of 50I think now it is a better %age

Replied: 22nd Jan 2021 at 14:14

Posted by: alan85 (118) 

Here in Staffordshire, I had a letter from the NHS in December last year, as regards booking an appointment for an inoculation, I replied stating that I was disabled and housebound. Received confirmation that I would be getting a home visit. Two nurses from my Doctors practice turned up 3 days ago and gave me my first dose of vaccine, will get the second dose in 10 to 12 weeks' time.

Replied: 13th Feb 2021 at 12:39

Posted by: PeterP (8309)

Got my letter today(dated 5th Feb). No sign of letter for the missus younger than me but she is disabled,Would have thought they would have done both of us together. Will phone GP to try to sort it out.

Replied: 13th Feb 2021 at 14:30

Posted by: winnie (1329) 

i live in windermere and had my done yesterday im 51 most of my age group been done this week locally

Replied: 19th Feb 2021 at 21:03

 

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