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Walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Manchester

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Updated: 24 August

To meet the increasing demand for the coronavirus vaccine, there are pop-up vaccination clinics opening up across the city for anyone over the age of 18 to access. No appointments are needed and you don’t need to be registered with a GP. There will be no immigration checks and you don’t need to bring ID.

It’s important that you wait the full 8 weeks before receiving your second dose of the vaccine.

Make sure you arrive at least an hour before closing at each clinic to ensure there is time for you to be seen. Unless you are medically exempt, remember to wear a mask and social distance when inside.

Every Thursday (9am – 6pm) and Friday (9am – 1pm and 2pm – 8pm) in August

  • St James and Emmanuel Church, M20 6TR, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Moderna first or second dose

Every weekday (5pm – 9pm) and Sunday (10am – 3pm) in August

  • Irish Heritage Centre, M8 0AE, Pfizer and AstraZeneca first or second dose

Every Sunday in August

  • Faulkner Street Car Park, China Town, M1 4EE, 1pm – 5pm, Pfizer first or second dose (Cantonese and Mandarin speaking staff available)

Follow Manchester City Council on social media, or sign up for their email alerts, to stay up to date with the latest pop-ups throughout the summer.

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