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COVID-19 vaccination walk-in clinics

Some COVID-19 vaccination centres in Wirral are running walk-in clinics to make it easier and more convenient than ever for people to access the COVID-19 vaccine.


People who already have an appointment at one of the clinics offering walk-in vaccines should still attend at their timed slot and they will receive their vaccine as planned.

 

Birkenhead Medical Building, 31 Laird St, Birkenhead, CH41 8DB 

Monday to Friday – 9am-5.30pm

Saturday - 9am-4pm

Click here to see available vaccines

 

Cherry Tree Shopping Centre, 6-8 Cherry Square, Liscard, Wallasey CH44 5XU

Friday 27 May - 10.30am-4.30pm

This clinic will be for anyone aged 5 and over.  The vaccination team will be offering both the paediatric and adult Pfizer vaccine.

 

Clatterbridge Vaccination Centre, Cedar House, Clatterbridge Rd, Bebington CH63 4JY

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 8.30am–5pm

Wednesday 10am–6.15pm

Saturday 10am–4pm

Click here to see available vaccines

 

Seacombe Children's Centre, St. Pauls Road, Wallasey CH44 7AN

Thursday 26 May - 1pm-5pm

This clinic will be for anyone aged 5 and over.  The vaccination team will be offering both the paediatric and adult Pfizer vaccine.

 

Booster doses of the coronavirus vaccine

There are 3 types of booster for the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine:

  1. A booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is available for everyone aged 16 and over, and some children aged 12 to 15, who have had a 2nd dose of the vaccine at least 3 months ago.
  2. A booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is available for anyone who had a severely weakened immune system when they had their first 2 doses and who had an additional primary dose (3rd dose) of the vaccine at least 3 months ago.
  3. A spring booster of the COVID-19 vaccine is available to people aged 75 and over, people who live in a care home for older people, or people aged 12 and over who have a weakened immune system.

 

If you have not had a booster dose yet, you're still eligible and can book anytime.

Visit NHS.uk or our FAQ page for further information about the spring booster vaccination.

 

Further information

  • There must be a minimum 8 weeks between first and second dose
  • There must be a minimum of 8 weeks between the second dose and 3rd primary dose
  • There must be a minimum of at least 3 months between the second dose and booster
  • Vaccines will be given on a first come, first served basis
  • The clinic might end early if all available vaccines have been administered
  • You may be required to queue
  • You don’t need to take anything with you but you will be asked to confirm your name; date of birth and address.  If you know your NHS number, that’s a bonus – to find this, use the Find My NHS Number tool  

 

Anyone not able to attend a drop in clinic can book their vaccination appointment in one of the following ways:

Call 119 or visit https://www.nhs.uk/CovidVaccination 

Wait to be invited by their GP practice for an appointment at a local GP-led vaccination centre.