MORE pop-up Covid-19 vaccination clinics are being held in Chester and Ellesmere Port this week.

The clinics, which include a vaccine bus owned by Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service and operated by Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP), are open to anyone over the age of 40 who has not yet had their first dose.

No appointment is required for the clinics. Residents can simply walk-in.

All people need to provide is their date of birth, address and an email/phone number.

The pop-up clinics will be in the following locations between 10am and 4pm, or for as long as vaccine supplies last:

  • Tuesday, June 15 – Plas Dinas Building, Blacon Point Road, Chester, CH1 5SN
  • Wednesday, June 16 – Stanlaw Abbey Children’s Centre, Alnwick Drive, Ellesmere Port, CH65 9HE
  • Thursday, June 17 – Hoole Community Centre, Westminster Road, Chester, CH2 3AP

Sheena Cumiskey, Chief Executive, CWP, said: “Partners from across Cheshire have made these pop-up clinics possible, and these clinics give us the ability to reach people in the areas they live, giving them a better access to the Covid-19 vaccine.

“It’s important that when people get the opportunity to have the vaccine to not hesitate and attend one of our clinics, it’s the best way to protect yourself, your family and friends.”

Leader of Cheshire West and Chester Council, Councillor Louise Gittins, said: “I urge everyone over the age of 40 who has not yet had a vaccine to take advantage of the pop-up clinic as soon as you get the chance.

“The vaccinations are free, safe and by attending a roving clinic you don’t even need an appointment.”

Appointment slots are also available at Ellesmere Port Civic Hall from Monday, June 21.

Book an appointment at Cheshire’s vaccination services online via – where you can choose a time slot and location that suits you – or by calling 119.

For more information about Cheshire’s COVID-19 Vaccination Programme, visit NHS Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s ‘what you need to know’ webpage.