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NHS England Opens Ten New COVID Vaccination Sites Across the Country in As Diverse Places As Rugby Ground Racecourse Food Court and Cathedral

 

 

|| Tuesday: January 19: 2021 || ά. The NHS staff have started delivering COVID vaccinations at a rugby ground, racecourse, food court and cathedral from yesterday as the biggest immunisation programme in health service history grows. Ten new large-scale Vaccination Centres, capable of immunising thousands of people a week, are opening their doors in every health region across the country.

The new sites mean that there will be 17 Vaccination Centres, offering people an alternative to GP-led and hospital services, with more to follow. There are, already, around, 1,200 hospitals and GP-led services with newly published figures, showing the NHS has delivered more than 03.79 million jabs so far, including, vaccinating more than one in three people, aged, 80 and over. The new sites will help to ensure that everyone in England is in easy reach of a vaccination service, including, rural parts of the country like Boston and Norwich.

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The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman Finds: A Mother Was Left With No Respite or Protection From Her Disabled Son by Somerset County Council

 

|| Tuesday: January 19: 2021 || ά. Three young children were left without any protection from their violent older brother after Somerset County Council failed to help their family, the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has found. The older brother, whose Special Educational Needs and condition means he is prone to sudden, unpredictable and violent outbursts, was significantly bigger and heavier than his mother and younger siblings.

Because the mother struggled to cope with her sonís condition and, also, protect her younger children, she asked the council to consider placing him in a residential school. Between 2015 and 2018, specialists, working with the family, witnessed the brother hitting and kicking his siblings and throwing and using objects against them. The siblings suffered physical injuries and were afraid of their older brother, often, hiding to avoid him.