COVID-19 vaccination walk-in clinic times

Health / Fri 9th Jul 2021 at 04:49pm

COVID-19 vaccination walk-in clinic times

What you need to know

PEOPLE aged 40+ or those in a priority group who are aged over 40 and have never been vaccinated, can get their first vaccination at a walk-in AstraZeneca clinic.

People aged between 18 and 39 should have the Pfizer or Moderna vaccination. There are limited walk-in clinics for these vaccinations, so keep an eye on this page for the latest sessions or book an appointment online.

Please note that people who are pregnant are advised to have the Pfizer or Moderna vaccination.

All walk-in sessions are on a first come, first served basis. Please check here before travelling to make sure the session is going ahead. Be prepared to queue in all weathers and bring a drink of water – we recommend you have a snack and a drink before you set off to the vaccination centre.

If you prefer the certainty of a guaranteed appointment, you can book your vaccine via the National Booking Service or by calling 119.

Second doses: People who are 40+ or in a priority group who have already had their first vaccine at least eight weeks ago, are now being encouraged to get their second vaccination as soon as possible, without waiting until 12 weeks have passed. You can get your second dose from eight weeks at a walk-in session if it’s offering the same vaccine as your first dose, or you can re-arrange your appointment on the National Booking Service.
Under 40s will now also be offerred their second dose at 8 weeks.


Full details of all walk in clinics can be found below


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