Covid-19 vaccine walk-in sessions

 

You can walk in for a vaccine or booster (including the over 75s Spring booster and for 5-12 year olds) on the dates below:

Please note, the vaccination service at Saints Mass Vaccination Centre has now been paused.

Allied Pharmacies - Bold Industrial Estate, 198 Neills Road, St Helens WA9 - 4TU

Walk-ins available for everyone aged 5 and over

11am - 5pm

Monday 27th June

Wednesday 29th June

 

 

Allied ipharm - 2 Roundwood Drive, St Helens, WA9 5JD

Walk-ins available for everyone aged 5 and over

11am to 5.30pm

 

Friday 1st July 

Tuesday 5th July

Thursday 7th July

Friday 8th July

 

Hollowood Chemists Vaccination Centre - 210 West End Road, Haydock, St Helens, WA11 0AN.

Walk-ins available for 16+ including booster jabs

Every Monday-Saturday

10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm

You can also book appointments for vaccinations at the above sites online

 

 

Booster jabs

ALL adults are now eligible for a booster vaccine three months (91 days) after the second dose. You are now able to book your booster on the national booking service website two months after your second vaccine - the site is extremely busy at the current time so please keep trying as more sites are coming online all the time to cope with demand.

Most GP practices are also offering booster jabs for their patients and you will be contacted by your practice and asked to book an appointment if this is the case.

For information on Spring boosters for those over 75+ and people with compromised immune systems please click here

 

All bookings can be made online at www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/  

  

Immunosuppressed patients

If you have had a notification that you are immunosuppressed, either through a national letter, or a letter or text from your GP or hospital consultant, you can walk-in at Saints  for your third primary dose, as long as you have not already had your booster. Please check the website for when sessions are available.  You will need a booster six months after the third primary dose.

 

Housebound patients

If you are registered housebound, a pharmacy service or your GP practice will be in touch to arrange your booster appointment at your home.  This has been commissioned by NHS England on behalf of GP practices.  If you have still not heard about your appointment, please contact your GP practice