People who are due to get their second dose can also get a shot between now and Monday, as long as eight weeks or more have passed since the first.
Clinics in Leeds are available at the following locations from now until Monday. You can also find a convenient site by visiting www.nhs.uk/grab-a-jab and entering your zip code.
Leeds Clinical Commissioning Goup advises people to go to the center closest to where they live.
If you prefer to skip the lines, you can still schedule an appointment at a time that works best for you at all of their locations, including Elland Road, using the National Reservation Service.
Health professionals will also be at the Trinity Center in Leeds on Saturday from 10am to 5pm. M. At 4 p. M. To help book appointments and answer any questions people may have about the vaccine.
Where are the walk-in clinics and when are they open?
Leeds CCG has published the following list of venues:
Bilal Center, Harehills, LS8 3RD – 1st and 2nd doses, Friday 10 a.m. M. At 5 p. M.
Infinity Community Center, Harehills, LS8 5JH – Dose 1 and 2, Friday 10 a.m. M. At 3 p. M.
Vaccination Bus, BAME Well Being Hub (formerly Frederick Hurdle Day Center), Chapeltown, LS7 3EZ – 1st and 2nd doses, Fridays 10 am-6pm. M. At 3 p. M.
The Pharmacy Group, Reginald Center, 263 Chapeltown Rd, Leeds, LS7 3EX – 1st dose, Saturday 10am to 6pm. M. At 4 p. M.
St Martin’s Medical Center, Pharmacy, Chapeltown, LS7 4HZ: 1st Dose, Friday 9am to 3pm. M. At 4 p. M. And Monday from 9 a. M. At 4 p. M.
St Mary’s Parish Hall, Middleton, LS10 3SP – 1st Dose, Saturday, 9 a.m. M. At 6 p. M.
Wetherby Town Hall, LS22 6NE: 1st Dose, Saturday 9 a.m. M. A 7 p. M. And Sunday from 9 a. M. A 7 p. M.
Vaccination Bus, St Matthews Church, Holbeck, Meynel Approach – Dose 1 and 2, Monday 10 am-6pm M. At 3 p. M.
The clinics are open to anyone over 18 years of age.
It is not necessary to have an NHS number or be registered with a GP.
Anyone who is due to take their second dose and has received their first dose at least eight weeks ago can attend. Getting the second dose is vital for maximum, longer-lasting protection, and it’s especially important to make sure you’re protected against the Delta variant.
If you already have an appointment booked for a later date, you may still get hit at a walk-in clinic, but be sure to cancel your booked appointment so someone else can use it.
About Walk-In Clinics
Clinics will be on a first-come, first-served basis. There can be queues at peak times, so people should come prepared for the weather and bring a drink of water. You will also need a mask or face covering.
If there is high demand and supplies run out, clinics may need to close early. This will be communicated through social media.
People who already have an appointment booked at a site that offers walk-in vaccinations should attend their scheduled time and will receive their vaccination as planned. Appointments can still be booked at www.nhs.uk/CovidVaccination or by calling 119.
If you have any questions about the vaccine before you receive it, you can first discuss it with a staff member.
Anyone who has their first dose this weekend will be able to reserve their second dose on the national reservation service from 24 hours later. Visit www.nhs.uk/CovidVaccination or call 119.
According to the most recent guidance from the Joint Committee on Vaccines and Immunizations, persons 39 years of age and younger and all pregnant women will be offered the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
If you are receiving a second dose, this will be the same vaccine that you received for your first vaccination.
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This notice was published: 2021-06-25 10:40:40