Latest Walk-In Vaccination Clinics List Published

The Department of Health has published a new up-to-date list of the latest walk-in vaccination clinics.

No appointment is needed to get a vaccination.

Belfast HSC Trust

• Whitla Hall, Queen's University

24 and 25 July, 10pm to 6pm

Western HSC Trust

• The Milestone Centre, Carrickmore

22 July, 4pm to 8pm

• Derg Valley Healthy Living, Castlederg

27 July, 4pm to 8pm

• Shantallow Community Residents Association, L/Derry

29 July, 4pm to 8pm

• The Sports Complex, Dromore

30 July, 4pm to 8pm

South Eastern HSC Trust

• Dunleath car park, Ballydugan Road, Downpatrick

21 July, 11am to 7pm

• Ballymote Community Centre, Killough Road, Downpatrick

22 July, 11am to 7pm

• West Winds Estate, Shackleton Walk, Newtownards

23 July, 10am to 1pm

• Glen Estate Community Centre, Newtownards

23 July, 2pm to 6pm

• Laganvalley Leisureplex, Lisburn

24 and 25 July, 11am to 7pm

• Portaferry Leisure Centre, 3 Cloughey Road

28 July, 11am to 7pm

• Donaghadee Community Centre

29 July, 11am to 7pm

• Londonderry Park, Newtownards

31 July, 11am to 7pm

• Ards Shopping Centre, Newtownards

1 August, 11am to 7pm

Southern HSC Trust

• Armagh Marketplace Theatre

21 July, 2pm to 7pm

• Markethill Livestock Mart

24 July, 9.30am to 3.30pm

• Silverbridge Resource Centre

24 July, 9.30am to 3.30pm

• Kilkeel Leisure Centre

25 July, 9.30am to 3.30pm

• Quays Shopping Centre, Newry

25 July, 1pm to 6pm

Northern HSC Trust
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• Burnavon Arts Centre, Cookstown

24 July, 10am to 6pm

• St Patrick's Parish Hall, Portrush

24 July,11pm to 7pm; 25 July 11am to 5pm; 26 July, 9.30am to 4.30pm

Walk-in first dose jabs - no appointment necessary - are now available at all the Trust vaccination centres.

Alternatively you can book an appointment online at a vaccination centre, at a time to suit you. For online booking page go to: covid-19.hscni.net/get-vaccinated/

The vaccination centres are located at: SSE Arena, Belfast; Foyle Arena; Omagh Leisure Centre; Lakeland Forum, Fermanagh; South Lake Leisure Centre, Craigavon; Seven Towers Leisure Centre, Ballymena; Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.

Please note: the vaccination centres and mobile walk-in clinics are only offering Pfizer or Moderna vaccines for first doses.

Participating pharmacies are offering Astra Zeneca first doses for people who are aged 40 or over

Details of participating pharmacies and how to book are online at: covid-19.hscni.net/community-pharmacy-covid-19-vaccination-service

Walk-in jabs are available at the vaccinations for second doses as well as first doses – providing the required interval has passed since your first jab. The required interval between first and second doses is six weeks for Pfizer and eight weeks for Astra Zeneca.

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