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|Posted: Fri Jul 23, 2021 10:32 pm Post subject: Covid-19: Where are Covid-19 vaccine clinics in NI?
|Covid-19: Where are Covid-19 vaccine clinics in NI?
The Department of Health is SLOTXO continuing to operate a number of walk-in Covid-19 vaccine clinics across Northern Ireland this week.
The appointment-free pop-ups were established as part of a "final push" to get younger people vaccinated.
The clinics are located throughout the health trust areas and anyone attending should bring photo ID.
Walk-in slots for second doses are also being offered at the vaccination centre at the SSE Arena in Belfast.
Anyone who got a Pfizer vaccine more than six weeks ago or an AstraZeneca vaccine more than eight weeks ago is eligible.
From Thursday, the jab is also available for the first time to those soon to turn 18 - young people who turn 18 on or before 31 October can get a vaccine at one of the seven regional test centres, either by walking in or by booking an appointment.
Appointment-free first doses are also increasingly available from Northern Ireland's seven main vaccination centres.
Alternatively, appointments can be booked at any of them.
The centres are:
- Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast
- Seven Towers Leisure Centre, Ballymena
- South Lake Leisure Centre, Craigavon
- Lakeland Forum, Enniskillen
Those attending, with or without an appointment, must bring photo ID and, where possible, their health and social care number.
Vaccination centres and walk-in clinics are offering the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for first doses, except for South Lake Leisure centre which is only offering Pfizer.