Aylesbury’s MP has confirmed when local coronavirus vaccination sites will go live.

Rob Butler, who has been the town’s Member of Parliament since the 2019 General Election, revealed the news through his Facebook and Twitter accounts, where Aylesbury residents can get their vaccine if they are eligible.

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The sites will be live from January 15.

In a brief statement that was published on January 12, he said: “I am delighted to be able to say that this Friday, 15 January, Aylesbury's local Covid-19 Vaccination Site will go live.

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“Eligible patients will be contacted directly with all the necessary information, so please do not call your surgery.”

Aylesbury's vaccination site is for eligible patients registered at

• Berryfields Medical Centre

• Edlesborough Surgery

• Haddenham Medical Centre

• Mandeville Surgery

• Meadowcroft Surgery

• Oakfield Surgery

• Poplar Grove Practice

• Westongrove PCN

• Whitehill Surgery

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Following the news, the leader of Buckinghamshire Council, Martin Tett, said: “Buckinghamshire have access to vaccination sites quickly.

“We will continue lobbying the local NHS on behalf of residents.”

The news was met with relief for those who live in the town, as the country continues to be in lockdown following the announcement on January 4.