This week's Letter from Westminster comes from Wycombe's MP, Steve Baker. 

I want to say a big thank you to everyone in the NHS, and everyone lending a hand, for the successful roll-out of the UK’s coronavirus vaccine programme. 

A number of constituents have written to me to give feedback on their experience.

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I had a wonderful message from a husband and wife who praised the service they had received at Adams Park.

The Old Town Hall has recently opened as another local vaccination site and GPs and pharmacies are playing their part too. 

If you are in one of the priority groups and you have not yet heard when you are to receive a vaccination, please be patient for a little while longer so the NHS can get in touch. 

I am sure you will have an appointment offered to you very soon.

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Please remember there is no charge for the vaccine and if anyone approaches you to offer the vaccine for a fee please report this to the police. 

As the vaccination programme begins to protect the most vulnerable in our community, I am insisting the Government has a concrete plan to return life to normal for everyone as quickly as it is safe to do so.

I am acutely aware of the effect the restrictions have had on local people, especially through their jobs and businesses.

I know that despite the exceptionally hard work of our NHS, people are waiting longer for NHS treatment such as cancer care, routine operations and other vital tests and procedures. 

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The number of people claiming Universal Credit in the constituency has soared and food bank use has tripled.

That’s why I am insisting we get on the road to recovery so we can secure a great future for everyone in Wycombe.