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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to host pop-up vaccination clinic

Mon 19 April 2021, 12:55|Tottenham Hotspur

We are delighted to confirm that Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will host a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic, delivered by Morris House Group Practice and Haringey GP Federation, on Saturday 24 April.

The clinic will operate on a walk-in basis from 10am until 4pm at the latest, accommodating around 2,000 Oxford AstraZeneca vaccinations during the day.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to host pop-up vaccination clinic

• One-day clinic to be delivered by Morris House Group Practice and Haringey GP Federation on Saturday 24 April, 10am – 4pm.
• Clinic will operate on a walk-in basis, accommodating around 2,000 Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccinations during the day.
• The clinic is open for first dose vaccines only to anyone over the age of 45 or those with an invitation letter to be vaccinated, received from the NHS.
• Stadium has previously been used for drive-through COVID-19 testing and as an ante-natal clinic during the pandemic.

The clinic is open for first dose vaccines only to anyone over the age of 45 or those with an invitation letter to be vaccinated, received from the NHS. Access to the stadium will not be permitted for anyone who does not meet this criteria.

Entry to the stadium will be gained via Entrance 6 on Paxton Terrace (see map below), which is fully wheelchair accessible via a street level lift, with a managed queuing system in place to ensure social distancing is maintained. Face masks must be worn by attendees at all times.

Some patients may wish to arrive early to ensure they can be vaccinated but are asked not to arrive before 9.30am.

Vaccinations themselves will be carried out in the stadium’s West Stand Level One concourse, delivered by trained vaccinators from the GP vaccination sites in Haringey.

The home of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has been used by the NHS for the past year as part of the national fight against the pandemic.

Drive-through COVID-19 testing was delivered within the stadium’s indoor car park areas between April last year and February this year, with dressing rooms, medical and media facilities transformed to host North Middlesex University Hospital’s Women’s Outpatient services between April and July last year.

This was designed to free up much-needed capacity at the hospital itself, based in Edmonton, to treat patients facing COVID symptoms whilst supporting the redirection of pregnant women away from the hospital during the first wave – more than 41,500 appointments were delivered at the stadium during this time.

Daniel Levy, Chairman, Tottenham Hotspur, said: “From the start of the pandemic, the Club has recognised the role it can play in the fight against COVID-19, utilising our world-class stadium facilities.

“It makes me so proud to know that, following on from the assistance we have already provided our local NHS services during the past year, we are now going to be part of this final push to help return our lives to normality.

“We strongly encourage anyone that is eligible to come along and receive their jab on the day – not many will be able to say they were vaccinated in such a unique location as our stadium.”

The vaccination services co-ordinated by The Haringey GP Federation have delivered over 100,000 vaccines for patients across the Borough so far.

Dr Russell Hearn, Clinical Lead, Morris House Group Practice, said: “The vaccination effort in Haringey has represented the best spirit of our Borough and we are pleased to have teamed up with Tottenham Hotspur to allow people access to the vaccine through a walk-in clinic, continuing the Club’s long history of promoting health and wellbeing within its communities.”