THE Cardiff and Vale University Health Board have created a standby reserve list which allows patients to obtain a Covid-19 vaccine.
The reserve list is for people who are prepared to be contacted at short notice for a jab if one becomes available.
This week Wales became the first country in the UK where more than half the population has received a vaccination against Covid-19.
A total of 1,587,851 people have had their first doses – which is 50.4 per cent of the total population.
And more than one-in-six people – 16.7 per cent or 528,199 in total – had by the end of Monday, April 12, completed the two-dose vaccine course.
The CAVUHB says: “The purpose of this form is to enable a ‘reserve list’ of persons whom may be called for COVID-19 vaccine at short notice.
“Cardiff and Vale UHB is the data controller for any personal data that is collected.
“Any data entered will be used to determine whether you qualify to receive your COVID-19 vaccination at this time.
“If an appointment is booked, then the demographics you submit will be used to book your appointment.”