29 January 2021
The Manor House Knaresborough residents receive COVID-19 vaccination
Residents and carers at a Knaresborough care home have received the COVID-19 vaccination following the government’s plan to prioritise care home residents and carers as part of its vaccination roll-out programme.
The residents of The Manor House care home on Hambleton Grove were offered the vaccination on the 13th of January. Local healthcare teams came in and vaccinated all residents, while members of the team at The Manor House were also able to receive the vaccination on the same day.
Ivy Ingle, 99-year-old resident (who will be celebrating her 100th birthday next month) said:
I’m so pleased to have received the vaccination. The care team have been doing a wonderful job of looking after us and having the vaccination provides an extra layer of protection and peace of mind.
Adel Pangilinan, Manager of The Manor House said:
The vaccination roll-out has gone really well, and we are delighted that care home residents and workers are being prioritised. Our residents have received their vaccination along with our care colleagues and it means that they can keep safe, be there for their family and friends and prevent the virus from spreading further.
The Manor House care home is well-known for its schedule of rewarding activities and its outstanding level of dementia care. Looking for a home for yourself or a loved one? Why not find out more about what The Manor House has to offer? For more information, head to our dedicated webpage or call 0800 731 2020.