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COVID-19 Vaccination Programme – What You Need to Know

Vaccination is clinically-proven to reduce your risk of getting seriously ill from Coronavirus (COVID-19) and your risk of catching or spreading the virus.

Never too late to get your first, second or booster vaccination

If eligible, you can arrange your next COVID-19 vaccination online via the National Booking Service (or by calling 119), by responding to an invitation from the NHS or by attending a local walk-in vaccination clinic.

In Cheshire, the following sites are offering walk-in vaccination clinics in the coming days:

Cheshire West

  • Vicar's Cross Vaccination Centre, Green Lane, Chester, CH3 5LB. Friday, January 28th, Saturday, January 29th (10am-5:30pm), Sunday, January 30th (9am-1pm), Monday, January 31st (10am-5:30pm) - Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Moderna (including boosters)
  • Firdale Medical Centre, Firdale Road, Northwich, CW8 4AZ. Friday, January 28th, Monday, January 31st (10am-5pm) - Pfizer (including boosters)
  • Hartford Methodist Church, Beach Road, Northwich, CW8 3AB. Friday, January 28th, Saturday, January 29th (9am-6pm) - Pfizer and Moderna (including boosters)
  • Former Huntington Primary School, Butterbache Road, Huntington, Chester, CH3 6DF. Friday, January 28th, Tuesday, February 1st, Wednesday, February 2nd, Thursday, January 3rd (9am-6:30pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)
  • Well Pharmacy, High Street, Tattenhall, CH3 9PX. Friday, January 28th, Monday, January 31st (9am-1pm) - Pfizer (including boosters)
  • Well Pharmacy, Lydyett Lane, Barnton, Northwich, CW8 4LF. Monday, January 31st (9:30am-1:30pm) - Pfizer (including boosters)
  • Unity Centre, Cuppin Street, Chester, CH1 2BN. Friday, January 28th (10am-2:30pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)
  • Northwich Memorial Court (Brio Leisure), Chesterway, Northwich, CW9 5QJ. Friday, January 28th (9am-6:30pm), Saturday, January 29th (10am-5pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)
  • Boots Pharmacy, Foregate Street, Chester, CH1 1NA. Saturday, January 29th, Sunday, January 30th (10am-6pm) - Pfizer (including boosters)
  • Elton Community Centre, School Lane, Elton, Chester, CH2 4PU. Tuesday, February 1st (10am-1pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)
  • Frodsham Children's Centre, Ship Street, Frodsham, WA6 7PZ. Tuesday, February 1st (2pm-5pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)
  • Wharton Library, Willow Square, Winsford, CW7 3HP. Wednesday, February 2nd (10am-5pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)

Cheshire East

  • Andrews Pharmacy, Kennedy Avenue, Macclesfield, SK10 3DE. Friday, January 28th (9am-5:30pm), Saturday, January 29th (9am-1pm), Monday, January 31st (2pm-6pm), Tuesday, February 1st (9am-midday), Wednesday, February 2nd, Thursday, February 3rd (3pm-5:30pm) - Pfizer and Moderna (including boosters)
  • Hollowood Chemists, West Street, Crewe, CW1 3WQ. Friday, January 28th, Saturday, January 29th, Sunday, January 30th, Monday, January 31st (8:30am-7:30pm) - Pfizer and Moderna (including boosters)
  • Alsager Pharmacy, Lawton Road, ST7 2AA. Friday, January 28th (9:30am-6pm), Monday, January 31st (10:30am-5pm) - Pfizer and Moderna (including boosters)
  • Nantwich Masonic Lodge, Wybunbury Road, Willaston, CW5 7ER. Friday, January 28th, Saturday, January 29th, Sunday, January 30th (8:30am-7:30pm) - Pfizer and Moderna (including boosters)
  • Boots Pharmacy, Handforth Dean Retail Park, Wilmslow, SK9 3PA. Friday, January 28th, Saturday, January 29th (9:30am-1:30pm) - Pfizer (including boosters)
  • Well Pharmacy, Park Lane, Congleton, CW12 3DN. Friday, January 28th, Monday, January 31st (9:30am-1:30pm) - Pfizer (including boosters)
  • Well Pharmacy, The Commons, Sandbach, CW11 1EG. Friday, January 28th, Sunday, January 30th, Monday, January 31st (9am-6pm) - Pfizer (including boosters)
  • Middlewich Victoria Hall, Civic Way, Middlewich, CW10 1AS (including walk-in 1st and 2nd doses for 12-15 year olds). Saturday, January 29th (9am-1pm), Thursday, February 3rd (3:30pm-6:30pm), Saturday, February 5th (9:30am-12:30pm), Wednesday, February 9th (3:30pm-6:30pm), Saturday, February 12th (9am-1pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)
  • Nantwich Civic Hall, Market Street, Nantwich, CW5 5DG. Monday, January 31st (2pm-7pm) - Pfizer (including boosters)
  • Morton Hall Community Centre (main hall), Union Road, Macclesfield, SK11 7BN. Thursday, February 3rd (10am-4pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)
  • Oakenclough Children’s Centre, Colshaw Drive, Wilmslow SK9 2PZ. Friday, February 4th (10am-5pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)
  • Holy Trinity Church, Hurdsfield Road, Macclesfield, SK10 2PX. Saturday, February 5th (12:30pm-6pm) - Pfizer and AstraZeneca (including boosters)

What's happening in neighbouring areas?

Residents are equally entitled to access vaccination centres outside of Cheshire - if this is more convenient - either via the National Booking Service (or by calling 119) or by attending a walk-in vaccination clinic. Click on the links below to find out what's on offer in neighbouring areas:

Cheshire Vaccination Bank

To help meet the challenge presented by COVID-19 and the Omicron variant, a fresh plea has been made for retired and former healthcare professionals registered with an approved professional body (e.g. NMC, HCPC, GDC) to return to the ranks and support the Cheshire Vaccination Bank.

The programme is particularly keen to recruit:

  • Registered healthcare professionals to dilute, draw up and deliver vaccines to both adults and children. Paid roles are available now within the Children’s Drawing Up and Vaccinator teams, as well as our Seasonal Flu team.
  • Registered healthcare professionals to take on non-clinical roles as shift supervisors. You will be responsible for managing workers during their shift, including authorising timesheets, co-ordinating breaks, and supporting clinical staff with any medical emergencies.
  • Non-registered clinicians (vaccinators) to train to vaccinate who are not registered or have no clinical experience.

Flexible shifts (from one a week to many more) are available at 37 vaccination sites and pop-up clinics across Cheshire. Find out more and register your interest here.

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Avoiding fraud

To help protect yourself and your family members from fraud, please remember the following points:

  • The NHS will never ask for bank details, PIN numbers or passwords when contacting you about a vaccination. You will never be charged for the vaccine.
  • Any communication which claims to be from the NHS but asks for payment, or bank details, is fraudulent and can be ignored. If you receive a call you believe to be fraudulent, hang up.
  • If you believe you have been the victim of fraud or identity theft you should report this directly to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040.
  • Where a victim is vulnerable, and particularly if you are worried that someone has or might come to your house, report it to the Police either online or by calling 101.