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PremierLeague-News.Com - Pensioners in the capital are being told their nearest vaccinations centre could be Birmingham's Millennium Point
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! OAPs in London are being told to travel as far as BIRMINGHAM to get their coronavirus vaccine. Pensioners in the capital are being told their nearest vaccinations centre could be Birmingham's Millennium Point. One pensioner, who eventually received a jab in Edgware, was left fuming at being told to travel to Brum. After eventually getting a jab in the capital city, she was forced to pay £95 for travel there. She told MyLondon : "We drove here from Northwood, we went online on Saturday morning after we received our letter and they recommended three places. "The East India Docks which was 21 miles, Epsom Race Course which was 31 miles and Birmingham. "It's crazy, this pharmacy was excellent in comparison." Zena Fry, 97, travelled to the pharmacy from Northwood with her daughter Roz Preston.
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. When we got the letter on Saturday the nearest place they were offering was 19 miles away at the Excel Centre. "Eventually we found Cullingmore on Sunday. We live in Northwood and when there are local hubs in Ruislip and Rayners Lane it does make you wonder about the logistics of it all.
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