The Royal Greenwich vaccination bus providing easier access to COVID-19 jabs

The bus will make it easier for vulnerable people to get the COVID-19 jab
COVID 19 Vaccination Bus in Royal Greenwich

The mobile vaccination unit was launched on Saturday 13 February to make it easier for people who cannot leave their home to get the COVID-19 jab. 

The bus will help Royal Greenwich NHS services reach people and areas where the take-up of the vaccine is lower. It will also make it easier to vaccinate the people in the highest priority lists, especially those who are house-bound or shielding. 

The bus will be travelling across Greenwich for the months to come, while more pop-up hubs will be introduced across south east London. 

COVID-19 vaccination pop-up clinics in Royal Greenwich

Pop-up clinics offering COVID-19 vaccinations launched on Saturday 10 April 2021. Check the dedicated article for the latest location and date information.

Click here for the latest information on the vaccination pop-up clinics

National media coverage


Associated Press: Vaccine bus set up in London to deliver jabs

Royal Greenwich GP Dr Niraj Patel was on BBC 5 Live on Wednesday 17 February talking about the COVID-19 vaccine bus. You can listen to his interview on BBC Sounds (starts at 48.20)

We want to really work with our community leaders, and do deep engagement work down to postcode, down to streets ... where the uptake has not been high. 
— Dr Niraj Patel on BBC 5 Live

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