These are the 17 sites delivering Covid-19 jabs in Northamptonshire
County's vaccination programme gathers pace with 25,000 jabs already delivered
There are 17 Covid-19 vaccination sites up and running in Northamptonshire — with more to follow.
Primary Care teams are currently vaccinating the over-80s, care home workers and their own staff assessed as being at highest risk.
County NHS chiefs revealed last week that 25,000 people have already had at least one dose of the vaccine working towards of a Government's target of delivering 135,000 jabs in the top four categories by mid-February.
Health chiefs have declined to confirm how many have had the vital second dose, however, following a change in policy which meant thousands had their 'booster' appointments delayed by up to eight weeks to allow more people to get the first dose.
More GP surgeries will be included in the roll-out with plans for a mass vaccination centre in Northamptonshire "80 per cent" ready — provided the county can secure enough of vaccine doses to operate it.
Nurses at Northampton General Hospital issued the first jabs in the county on December 8.
Health bosses have urged the public not to attend vaccination centres without a booking and should not phone their GP to book a vaccine.
Here is a list of sites from NHS England which are currently live in the county as at January 10:
■ Harborough Field Surgery, Rushden
■ Nene Valley Surgery, Thrapston
■ Weavers Medical, Kettering
■ Woodsend Medical Centre, Corby
■ Kingsthorpe Medical Centre, Northampton
■ Weedon Surgery, Weedon
■ Queensway Medical Centre, Wellingborough
■ Danetre Medical Practice, Daventry
■ Kings Heath Centre, Northampton
■ Brackley Medical Centre, Brackley
■ Lakeside Cottingham Road Surgery, Corby
■ Moulton Community Centre, Moulton
■ Mawsley Medical Centre, Mawsley
■ Weston Favell Health Centre, Northampton
■ Grange Park Primary Care Centre, Northampton
■ Whitefields Surgery, Northampton
■ Christchurch Medical Centre, Northampton
People are being offered vaccinations in accordance with a detailed list set out by experts from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation who studied data on who who is at highest risk of death after catching the virus. The list is as follows:
■ Residents in a care home for older adults and their carers
■ All those 80 years of age and over and front line health and social care workers
■ All those 75 years of age and over
■ All those 70 years of age and over and people deemed to be clinically extremely vulnerable
■ All those 65 years of age and over
■ All individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality
■ All those 60 years of age and over
■ All those 55 years of age and over
■ All those 50 years of age and over.