NHS vaccination bus to visit Queen Anne House

The NHS will be running a popup vaccination hub at Queen Anne House in Cambridge on Monday 18th October between 11am – 5pm.

It’s a bus that will be parked in front of the main entrance on Gonville place in central Cambridge, directly opposite Parkers Piece. Parking is limited so easiest access is on foot.

Anyone over the age of 16 years old can stop by to get a Covid Vaccine there and then, no appointment necessary. However, this is only for first and second doses (first dose must have been taken at least 8 weeks prior to visiting the bus). You can not attend for your booster dose.

Please bring and wear a face covering when accessing the bus.

We will be encouraging our residents to get vaccinated, and to access information provided by the NHS team on site to help bust some myths and get clarification on some of the misinformation circulating around Covid and the vaccine.




Q. Will the vaccine affect my fertility?

A. There’s no evidence the COVID-19 vaccines have any effect on your chances of becoming pregnant.

Q.  Can I have the vaccine if I am pregnant or breast-feeding?

A. Yes, you can have the vaccine if you are pregnant, breast-feedingor trying to get pregnant. If you are pregnant it’s preferable for you to have the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccine because they’ve been more widely used during pregnancy in other countries and have not caused any safety issues.

The COVID-19 vaccine cannot give you or your baby COVID-19.

Q. Is the vaccine safe?

A. Yes. The COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in the UK have met strict standards of safety, quality and effectiveness.They can cause some side effects, but not everyone gets them. Any side effects are usually mild and should not last longer than a week.

Q. Can I have the vaccine if I don’t eat meat or am vegan?

A. The approved COVID-19 vaccines do not contain any animal products or egg. This means that you can have the vaccine if you are vegan or vegetarian, or if you do not eat specific types of meat.