Homerton Assembly Contact point

Drop-in service:

We are hosting in-person drop-in sessions where you can meet our Homerton Assembly Community Champions. They are here to help provide information, and offer guidance to further assistance, supporting those living within Hackney to make the best use of their local resources.
Email hacp@chatspalace.com to find out our latest drop-in session times.

Feedback:

We are interested in your opinion. Share your feedback on our Homerton Assembly porgramme by emailing hacp@chatspalace.com using the subject heading MY OPINION COUNTS! Your details will remain anonymous, and we will not contact you.

Newsletter:

Sign-up to our Homerton Assembly mailing list (link at bottom of this page) to receive regular information on the latest advice in relation to Covid-19.

For further information or if you are interested in becoming a Community Champion, please email hacp@chatspalace.com

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Staying Safe 

If you have been vaccinated against COVID-19

To help protect yourself and your friends, family, and community you should continue to follow all of the guidance on this page even if you’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19.

The vaccines have been shown to reduce the likelihood of severe illness in most people. Like all medicines, no vaccine is completely effective, so those who have received the vaccine should continue to take recommended precautions to avoid infection.

Symptoms & Testing

Vaccine

8 weeks since your first vaccination? Book your second dose now.

Second doses of the vaccine are being brought forward to 8 weeks for those aged 40 and over.

You can rearrange your second dose appointment to an earlier time by calling 119 or going to the NHS booking portal and going to ‘manage appointment’ to rearrange.

Or rebook your second dose appointment when you are invited to do so by your GP.

Ages 21+ can now book their vaccinations

Those aged 21+ can now book their Covid-19 vaccination on the national system by calling 119 or going to the NHS website.

Facts – Good to Know

17,000 of Hackney’s most vulnerable residents still un-vaccinated

Data on Hackney’s vaccine rollout show that around 17,000 of the most at-risk residents – those over 60 or clinically extremely vulnerable – are still unvaccinated. Meaning that they are at risk of serious illness, hospitalisation, and even death due to Covid-19. Having both doses of the vaccines is the best protection against Covid-19.

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In Hackney, there are a number of vaccination sites:

  • John Scott Health Centre, Green Lanes, Hackney N4 2NU
  • Bocking Street Vaccination Centre, Hackney Central E8 3RU
  • Clockwork Pharmacy, 398-400 Mare Street, Hackney E8 1HP
  • Bees Pharmacy, 199-201 Rushmore Road, Clapton, Hackney E5 0HD
  • Silverfields Chemist, 141 Homerton High Street, E9 6AS
  • Haggerston Pharmacy, 201 Haggerston Road, E8 4HU
  • Day Lewis Pharmacy – Stoke Newington, Stoke Newington Road, N16 8AD

Guidance & Restrictions

Help keep Hackney safe: keep wearing your mask and protect others next week

Hackney Council is calling on residents to continue wearing masks in busy places and follow sensible public health advice once Government coronavirus restrictions are lifted on Monday – as cases of COVID-19 continue to rise sharply in the borough.

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