A walk-in clinic for pregnant women wanting the Pfiizer vaccination is available between 9.30am-6pm every Tuesday at Northwick Park Hospital.
England’s top midwife is urging expectant mums to get the COVID-19 vaccine after data shows the overwhelming majority of pregnant women hospitalised with the virus have not had a jab.
The figures also reveal that no pregnant women with both doses of the vaccine had been admitted to hospital.
Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent, Chief Midwifery Officer for England, said: “Vaccines save lives, and this is another stark reminder that the COVID-19 jab can keep you, your baby and your loved ones, safe and out of hospital.
The Northwick Park clinic will run throughout September and visitors should go to the Blossom Team Clinic Room on Level Six of the Maternity Department.
New data shows the overwhelming majority of pregnant women hospitalised with COVID-19 have not had a jab.
Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent, @TeamCMidO, is urging expectant mums to get the COVID-19 vaccine to keep themselves and their babies safe.
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— NHS England and NHS Improvement (@NHSEngland) July 30, 2021
The clinic is available to women at any time during their pregnancy and they can turn up without a prior appointment.