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Free Transport To Covid Vaccinations

There is a free bus and taxi service for all of those travelling for a vaccination. You can use these services until 29th December!https://www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/…/free-bus-and-taxi…/

If you live in Suffolk, you can get a free bus or taxi ride to get your vaccination appointment or to a vaccine drop-in clinic.

The offer is open to anyone in the county who needs help getting to their appointment or a drop-in clinic for a first, second or booster vaccine.

For bus travel: People can use any Suffolk bus for a free return journey. Just show the bus driver a text or email with your vaccination appointment confirmation.

Or if you have been invited by phone or you are visiting a drop-in clinic just tell the bus driver which vaccination centre you are going to!

For more information visit: https://www.suffolkonboard.com/…/getting-to-your-covid…/

For taxi travel: The Vaxi Taxi scheme is open to everyone aged 12+ and consists of a free return journey to your vaccination appointment.

For a list of the taxi companies signed up for the scheme, please visit www.suffolk.gov.uk/GetVaccinated.

Children will need to be accompanied by a parent or carer during the journey and at the vaccination site.

For community transport: Please contact the Connecting Communities operator where you live.
Click on the appropriate council area on the map here: https://communities.suffolkonboard.com/my-area/ for booking information.

A list of each travel option and helpful links, including the nearest bus routes, are available on the vaccination website, the Suffolk and North Essex COVID-19 Vaccination Service.

This also includes a link to Waveney services.

On this website you will find details of vaccinations clinics and sites.To book a vaccination appointment, click:https://www.nhs.uk/…/coron…/coronavirus-booster-vaccine/

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