Supporters able to visit COVID-19 vaccination drop-in clinic ahead of St Helens v Warrington clash

Supporters attending Thursday’s Super League fixture between St Helens and Warrington Wolves will be able to attend a special COVID-19 vaccination drop-in clinic before kick-off. 

The club has joined forces with the St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust to offer the ‘jab and go watch the match’ initiative, which is available for any ticket holder eligible for the vaccine.

Fans are able to turn up without an appointment from 6pm onwards on the evening of the game.

St Helens CEO Mike Rush said: “We have been working closely with the Trust since the vaccination programme began and we are happy to again offer our stadium for the drop-in clinic for our fans.

“Some of our eligible players have received the vaccine this week and we would encourage anyone who can, to have it at the match.”

Warrington will travel to the Totally Wicked Stadium looking to extend their winning run in Super League to four matches.

St Helens, meanwhile, are set to take to the field for the first time since their Challenge Cup semi-final victory over Hull FC earlier this month, having seen last Friday’s trip to Leeds postponed after two positive coronavirus cases within the Rhinos camp.

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