Covid-19 Vaccination Walk-In Clinics

For those who are yet to have their first Covid vaccination, there are currently slots available this week at the World Irish Heritage Centre.

Vaccinations at this walk in clinic are available for anyone over the age of 30, or those over 18 and clinically vulnerable.

Slots are available:

Today (Tuesday 11 May ) until 7.30pm.

Tomorrow (Wednesday 12 May) from 4pm – 7.30pm.

This is a first dose Pfizer walk in clinic so you do not need to make an appointment.

If you or someone in your family falls into one of these criteria then please go along/ ask them to go along to be vaccinated.

The address of the clinic is

The World Irish Heritage Centre

1 Irish Town Way

Cheetham Hill

Manchester

M8 0AE

Further details about location and accessibility can be found on the Manchester City Council Covid Vaccination Page HERE

New Covid19 Vaccination Centre At The Jain Centre and Volunteer Opportunities

The Jain Centre (667/669 Stockport Road, Manchester, M12 4QE, beside Crowcroft Park) is scheduled to open as a covid19 vaccination centre on Saturday 16 January 2021.

If you are eligible for a vaccination at this point you will be contacted by your GP and will be invited to attend one of 7 sites across the city to receive the vaccine – most likely the one closest to where you live.

Information on how to volunteer as a covid19 marshall at the new covid19 vaccination centres is provided below.

Volunteering: Manchester’s Covid-19 Vaccination Programme

Manchester Community Central (Macc) and Volunteer Centre Manchester are supporting Manchester Health and Care Commissioning (MHCC) with its recruitment to support Manchester’s Covid-19 vaccination programme at community-based sites across the city.

How to get involved

At present, the majority of vaccination sites urgently need *Volunteer Marshals to safely direct patients on site when they; arrive, receive their vaccination and exit, along with supporting car park traffic and handing out PPE and information.

To express your interest in supporting at the vaccine sites, choose from the locations below and follow the instructions to register. Your details will be passed on to the team in charge, and they will contact you if they require your help.

If you can travel to help out in more than one of the areas that is listed below, choose ‘I can help anywhere’. 

If you require any further information about this role, please contact the MHCC Engagement Team by telephone on 0161 213 1756 or email mhcc.engagement@nhs.net.

Further information on who is eligible to volunteer and other volunteering opportunities is available on the Macc website HERE.