The drive to make life-saving Covid-19 vaccines as easily accessible as possible to people in Wolverhampton continues, with more walk-in vaccination sites open this week.

Covid-19 vaccinations are available at the clinics to anyone aged 18 or older, without needing to book ahead. All of the clinics are offering first and second doses, but these must be 8 weeks apart. Most have Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines, although stocks vary between location.

Clinics are being held at locations around the city including:

  • Bradley Methodist Church Monday 2 until Sunday 8 August 9am to 6pm
  • Keats Grove Surgery Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 August 8am to 7pm
  • Woodcross Health Centre Monday 2 until Saturday 7 August 2.30pm to  8.30pm
  • Bingley Strengthening Families Hub Monday 2 August 10am to 5.45pm
  • Aldersley Leisure Village Monday 2 August 2pm to 5pm then Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 August 9.30am to 6pm
  • Boots in the Mander Centre, Monday 2 to Wednesday 4 August 9am to 1pm then 2.30pm to 5pm
  • Whitmore Reans Health Centre, Tuesday 3 August 1.30pm to 7.45pm, Wednesday 4 August 2pm – 7.30pm and Thursday 5 August 12pm to 7.30pm
  • Alfred Squire Medical Centre Wednesday 4 August 9am to 6.30pm, Thursday 5 August 9am to 4pm
  • Mayfield Medical Practice Wednesday 4 August 1pm to 8pm 

Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, said: “Now that all adults are eligible for their Covid-19 vaccine, we are seeing more and more younger people coming forward to get theirs. Just over half of all 18 to 29 year olds have now had their first doses, and are on their way to being fully protected with their second shots, due eight weeks after the first.

“And it’s also reassuring to see that over 135,000 people have now had both doses of their vaccine, giving them the best protection from Covid-19 and reducing the likelihood of them passing it on to others.

“Full vaccination also has other benefits, as people who can show they are fully vaccinated no longer have to isolate when returning from many countries abroad, and proof of vaccination may be required in some social settings from September too, such as to enter nightclubs or large sporting events.
“We want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to have their jabs as soon as possible, so anyone over the age of 18 who has not yet had their first dose, or is due their second one, can go along to one of walk-in clinics open across the city and get their life-saving jabs without needing to book ahead.”

In addition to this week’s walk-in clinics, the vaccine bus will be at Phoenix Park, returning eight weeks after it was last there. The vaccine bus is open Thursday 5 August 1pm to 6pm then Friday 6 until Sunday 8 August 11am to 6pm.

Councillor Jaspal added: “Anyone who had their first dose when the bus was at Phoenix Park last time will be due their second dose now, so having the bus back in the park means it’s easy for them to pop along and get fully protected.”

Full details of walk-in clinics open this week, including times and vaccine types, can be found at Walk-in Vaccinations.