Wycombe Wanderers' Chief Commercial Officer Neil Peters believes “it’s a real honour” for The Chairboys to play a part in the vaccination process.

Thousands of local residents are expected to have their Pfizer/BioNTech jabs at Adams Park in the immediate future.

A number of function rooms at the stadium will be used to deliver the vaccine that will be made available to people in the first four priority groups set out by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation.

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Wycombe have joined many venues and businesses across the UK that have offered their buildings to be used for the vaccination programme.

Following the roll-out of the Pfizer/BioNtECH vaccine, the current vaccination programme has become the largest-scale programme in British history.

Peters admitted the club have “been hit hard by the effects of Covid-19” but highlighted the importance of playing a part in fighting the pandemic.

Chairboys' Chief Commercial Officer Neil Peters said: "It's a real honour for Wycombe Wanderers to be able to play a part in combatting this pandemic by providing use of our stadium for the delivery of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine.

"Like virtually every business in the country, we have been hit hard by the effects of Covid-19 and continue to explore every opportunity we can to run the football club successfully, and to support our local community in whichever way we can.

"Adams Park means so much to so many people because of the special achievements of the club over the past 30 years since it was built, and now it will be a place which will make a real life-changing impact for thousands of people who will hopefully be able to return to some kind of normality after being immunised against the disease."

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