It is open today and then Wednesday to Friday (30 November to 2 December) at the Waterloo Road car park entrance from 10am to 2pm each day. No appointment is necessary and both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are available.
It will then move to Bilston Market, where it will be open on Saturday (3 December), Monday 5 December and Wednesday to Friday, 7 to 9 December, from 9am to 1pm each day.
The pop-up clinic is also available at Park Village Education Centre, Cannock Road, Low Hill, tomorrow (Tuesday 29 November) from 1 to 7pm, Saturday, Sunday and Monday (3 to 5 December) from 10am to 4pm and Tuesday 6 December from 1 to 7pm.
The pop-up clinics, run by the City of Wolverhampton Council, Central Health and St John Ambulance, operate alongside a number of regular vaccination sites across the city, including clinics which offer vaccinations to children aged five and over. For details of these clinics, please visit Find a walk-in coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination site. Appointments can be booked at Book or manage a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination or by calling 119.
Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, said: "As we move into the winter months, we are strongly advising residents to get their Covid-19 vaccinations when they are due, either the pop-up clinics at Molineux or Park Village or at one of the regular clinics operating around the city.
“This will give you added protection against the virus. Please remember that getting your booster when it is due is particularly important as the effectiveness of the vaccine wanes after time."
Sally Roberts, Chief Nursing Officer for NHS Black Country Integrated Care Board, added: “If you’ve not had your first, second or your booster vaccination yet, it’s not too late. The offer of a vaccine is evergreen, whichever dose you are due.”