Covid-19 booster jab: All the Solihull walk-in clinics where you can get one

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Here are the walk-in centres where you can get a booster jab in Solihull

People aged 18 and over can now book a Covid-19 booster jab.

It comes amid fears of a rise in Covid cases, particularly those with the Omicron variant.

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set a new target to give boosters to all adults who want one by the end of the month.

The PM said extra vaccine sites and mobile units would be set up across England, and opening hours extended.

He said: “At this point our scientists cannot say that Omicron is less severe.

“And even if that proved to be true, we already know it is so much more transmissible that a wave of Omicron through a population that was not boosted would risk a level of hospitalisation that could overwhelm our NHS and lead sadly to very many deaths.”

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Who can get a COVID-19 booster vaccine

This week, the booster programme is being opened up to over-18s who have had their second dose at least three months ago.

Guidance states that boosters should be given no sooner than three months after people have received their second jab, halving the previous six month wait between doses.

Those who are severely immunosuppressed should be offered a booster jab no sooner than three months after completing their primary course of three doses.

Online bookings are now available for all those 18 and above from Wednesday, 15 December.

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Some vaccination sites will offer a walk-in service for those aged 18 and over.

More pop-up sites in and around Sollihull will be coming online with local areas looking at the most convenient sites for their communities – from trucks and buses in parks and shopping centres to sports stadiums and leisure centres.

At the moment, the NHS website states that you can get a booster dose from a walk-in site if it’s been 3 months (91 days) since your 2nd dose and you’re either:

You can use the NHS online walk-in finder to find the closest walk-in site.

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We’ve taken a look at where people can currently get a booster jab at walk-in clinics in Solihull.

This list was updated on Friday, 17 December.

You can use the NHS online walk-in finder to find the closest walk-in site.

We’ve taken a look at where people can currently get a booster jab at walk-in clinics in Solihull.

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