Two new sites have started delivering the Covid-19 vaccine in the borough today (Fri), with council bosses welcoming the latest move in the fight against the deadly virus.
People living in the Black Country have started to receive Covid-19 vaccines, with the roll out being warmly welcomed by Dudley borough’s health chiefs.
Health bosses at Dudley Council have confirmed the NHS’ human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination programme is being extended to include boys aged 12 to 13 from September.
A Government minister has hailed a collaborative scheme in Dudley which led to 80 per cent fewer flu outbreaks in borough care homes last winter.
Dudley health chiefs are urging parents to ensure their children are vaccinated against measles following outbreaks of the disease across the West Midlands.