A Staffordshire gran could have to travel over 30 miles to get a coronavirus vaccine.
Gran Jean Harrison, aged 84, has received a letter welcoming her for a coronavirus vaccine as the jabs get rolled out to vulnerable people across the country.
But granddaughter Georgia told the Press Association Jean will have to go to Birmingham in order to get the vaccination – over 30 miles away from her Staffordshire home.
Jean cannot drive and is now being forced to wait for a local GP surgery or vaccination hub to be able to fit her in.
Speaking to PA, 28-year-old school worker Georgia, said: ““She doesn’t drive so won’t be able to get there. She’s panicking now that she can’t get a vaccination when she wants one.
“My mum is an NHS worker and knows there are places in the town my nan lives in doing them.
“It feels like another way this whole pandemic has been poorly handled by our government. They messed up on the testing and now these letters.”
A total of 2.33 million Covid-19 vaccinations had taken place in England up to January 10, according to provisional figures published by NHS England.
Of this number, 1.96 million were the first dose of the vaccine and 374,000 were the second dose.
And Prime Minister Boris Johnson said ‘no-one is going to be more than 10 miles from a vaccination centre.
On a visit to Bristol, he added that the Government was “ramping up” the delivery of the AstraZeneca vaccine to care homes.
“One of the things we’re really focusing on this week is ramping up the delivery of AZ, of AstraZeneca, into the care homes.”