Vaccination pop up clinic at All Saints Grammar gym in Belmore to reopen

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The pop-up vaccination hub at the gym of All Saints Grammar in Belmore will reopen next week.

It’ll remain open from next Monday, October 11 to Friday, October 15.

The clinic first opened on August 18 to help speed up the vaccine rollout in New South Wales. 

Tina Daniels, 47, wasted no time to get her jab, queuing up that very day. 

She described her experience to the Greek Herald as ‘unreal’. 

“It was very good. Everyone is just trying to do their best to keep everyone safe and the nurses were beautiful,” Ms. Daniels said as she sat in the clinic’s observation area after receiving her vaccine.

The popup clinic at All Saints Grammar (Photo: The Greek Herald/Andriana Simos)

“I think it’s really good to have pop-up hubs like this. I wish there was more of them. This is a great organisation and it’s really lovely of them to open their doors up to us and allow us in to be vaccinated.”

Hundreds of people aged 16 to 59 across the 12 local government areas (LGAs) of concern showed up to roll up their sleeves for the Pfizer jab in the month of August. 

The clinic had administered a total of 4,500 Pfizer vaccines in the three weeks it was open. 

You can book your vaccination at All Saints Grammar at: bit.ly/mycovaxvc16

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