Covid-19 booster jab: All the Birmingham 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 Birmingham

Adults across the UK are being urged to get their Covid-19 booster vaccination to help protect against the Omicron variant with cases continuing to rise across the country.

There were more than 157,000 Covid cases recorded in England and Scotland on Monday (3 January).

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UK Covid cases were up 50% in the week from 28 December and 3 January compared with the week before.

Who can get a COVID-19 booster vaccine

All adults aged over 18 are now eligible for the booster jab, as long as three months (12 weeks) have passed since their second dose.

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.

Online bookings are now available for all those 18 and above.

Some vaccination sites will offer a walk-in service.

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More pop-up sites in and around Birmingham 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:

  • aged 18 years old or over
  • those aged 16 and 17 years old who are at high risk from COVID-19 or frontline health and social care workers
  • you are aged 16 or over and live with someone who has a weakened immune system

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 get a booster jab at walk-in clinics in Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull today.

This list was updated on Tuesday 4 January.

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These walk-in and mobile clinics may be subject to short notice changes, so check the times and dates on the day before you travel to the centre, here.




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