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Primary school will beome mass covid vaccination centre on Friday


By Chris Saunderson

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A MORAY town's over 80 population will be vaccinated against Covid-19 later this week at a local primary school.

Keith Primary School will be the venue for a mass vaccination clinic on Friday.

Keith Primary School held a socially distanced leavers assembly before teachers formed a guard of honour as the Primary Seven pupils were piped out of the school last year. The gym hall will be used as a mass Covid-19 vaccination centre on Friday. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..
Keith Primary School held a socially distanced leavers assembly before teachers formed a guard of honour as the Primary Seven pupils were piped out of the school last year. The gym hall will be used as a mass Covid-19 vaccination centre on Friday. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..

The vaccination has been organised by Keith Health Centre and practice manager Lynn Ross said all the staff were looking forward to the clinic.

"We will have a mix of staff from the vaccination team, health centre nurses, GPs and community nurses," she said.

"It is great to be able to play our part in the vaccination effort. It has been so miserable for everybody the last few months so this is a little bit of light at the end of the tunnel."

Around 400 patients have been offered appointments for the vaccination clinic which starts at 9am and will go on all day.


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