Come forward now for your COVID-19 vaccination
06 July 2021
With less than two weeks to go until the final planned lockdown easing in England, Cheshire health and care partners are urging everyone aged 18 and over to come forward now to get their COVID-19 jab.
Anyone who is aged 18-39 or due a second Pfizer jab can now simply walk-in to receive their jabs at the regional vaccination centres at Ellesmere Port Civic Hall and Alderley Park Conference Centre.
People can also simply walk-in to receive the Pfizer vaccine at pop-up vaccination clinics across the county – including this week at:
- Tuesday, July 6th (midday to 6pm) - Car Park of Scope House, Weston Road, Crewe
- Friday, July 9th (10am-4pm) - Cheshire Oaks retail outlet, outside the Nike store
- Saturday, July 10th (10am-4pm) - Cheshire Oaks retail outlet, outside the Nike store
While no appointment is needed at any of the walk-in options, anyone aged 18 or over can also book their vaccination appointments online at: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/ or by calling 119.
If there is no local availability showing on the booking system, and it is not convenient for you to travel, please keep checking back as local slots update all the time. Call 119 if you need further assistance.
Bookable appointments are also available at the following GP-led vaccination services:
- City Walls Medical Centre, Chester – bookable appointments online here: https://citywallsmedicalcentre.nhsbookings.com/v2/
- Knutsford District and Community Hospital – bookable appointments via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Neston Medical Centre - bookable appointments via email to: email@example.com
- Middlewich Civic Hall - bookable appointments via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheshire’s COVID-19 Vaccination Programme Lead Tracey Cole said: “Vaccination remains our strongest weapon in the battle against Coronavirus (COVID-19) so please come forward if you are eligible and ensure you get both doses. It is never too late to come forward to be vaccinated.”