The country is currently in a race to vaccinate the nation, and with infection rates at their highest ever in London, Covid-19 jabs appear to be our only hope of normality returning.
The 'biggest vaccination programme in NHS history' is underway, and as part of the Government's efforts to do so seven mass vaccination centres have opened up across England this week.
The two closest to south London being the ExCel Centre on the other side of the River Thames, and Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey, but several hundred more GP-led and smaller hospital services offering the
vaccine have also now opened.
The need for the vaccine has never been more stark, with infection rates across south London largely above an unprecedented 1,000.
Over 500,000 Londoners have tested positive for Covid-19 since last March, according to stats from Public Health England, and 9,815 have died in the capital within 28 days of a positive test.
Vaccination centres in south west London:
Balham Health Centre - Wandsworth
Hampton Wick Surgery - Kingston upon Thames
St Barnabas Church - Clapham
The Junction Health Centre - Clapham
1st East Putney Scout Hut - Putney
Trevelyan House Surgery - Tooting
Brocklebank Health Centre - Wandsworth
The Nelson Health Centre - Merton
York Medical Centre - Twickenham
Acorn Group Practice - Twickenham
Parkshot Medical Practice - Richmond
Fairhill Medical Practice - Kingston
Essex House Surgery - Barnes
Streatham Place Surgery - Streatham