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NHS calls for people to get vaccinated as COVID-19 cases rise

With a rise in COVID cases this week, the NHS is making it as easy as possible for people to get a vaccination.

Whether it is a first, second, third or booster vaccine, there are appointments avaialable across services this week, and walk in sessions every single day.

At walk in sessions, you don’t need an appointment, you can simply turn up and receive your vaccine.

  • First and second doses (after 8 weeks) are available for everyone aged 16 or over. Book online or find a walk-in session across the city.
  • There will be a mobile vaccination unit at the Wellsbourne Health Centre next Monday 25th October from 10.30-14.30.
  • Covid boosters are available for people aged 50 and over, health & social care workers and those with underlying health conditions where it’s been 6 months since your 2nd jab. If it’s been 182 days since your second dose you can book online or attend a walk-in session at Churchill Square or one of the pop up clinics. 
  • Vaccinations for 12-15 year olds are being organised through schools or from Saturday 23 October you can also book online to go to Churchill Square. Find out more about vaccines and consent for 12-15 year olds.
  • Flu vaccines are also free for many people. See who’s eligible and how to book. Many people are eligible for both the flu and the COVID-19 booster vaccines. If you are offered both vaccines, it’s safe to have them at the same time.