People living in South Oxhey are being invited to have a Covid jab at a walk-in clinic on Thursday.

The clinic is being set up for the community at Watford Rural Parish Council's offices in Oxhey Drive.

According to Public Health England figures, South Oxhey has had the lowest uptake of vaccinations in Three Rivers.

Three Rivers District Council, in partnership with Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group, Manor View Practice and the parish council, is hoping to boost the number of people jabbed in South Oxhey by providing this easy-to-access clinic.

It is open to anyone over the age of 18 who is yet to receive their first dose and to anyone who received their first Pfizer dose at least eight weeks ago and is yet to have their second jab.

Appointments can be booked but people are also able to just walk in on the day.

No ID is required and it is not necessary to be registered with a GP.

The clinic, which will only be offering Pfizer jabs, will be open from 1pm until 7pm on Thursday July 15.

who have not yet had both Covid vaccinations are being urged to grab a jab at a pop-up vaccination clinic next week.

Cllr Sarah Nelmes, leader of Three Rivers District Council, said: "It’s good news that restrictions are being lifted on 19 July. But cases of the new variants are on the rise and the virus is here to stay.

"It’s essential we all play our part to protect ourselves and our loved ones, and help stop it spreading further."

Up until and including July 12, around 73 per cent of South Oxhey's adult population have had one dose of the Covid vaccine, with around 57 per cent fully vaccinated.

Although this is the lowest uptake in Three Rivers, it is higher than some Watford neighbourhoods including Central Watford, West Watford, North Watford, and Holywell.

Book an appointment online for the South Oxhey vaccination clinic at or call 01923 278181 between 9am and 7pm up until Thursday.

Or just walk in on the day.

Full address: Watford Rural Parish Council, Oxhey Drive, South Oxhey, Hertfordshire, WD19 7SB.