Greg Fell, Director of Public Health for Sheffield has said today: “We are working to support the NHS led vaccination programme by contributing our knowledge and logistical assistance as a council. We’re here to help the NHS make this programme a success. Whilst we continue to provide this support, we must stress that the national lead for the rollout of the Covid vaccination programme is the NHS.
Access to Covid vaccination in Sheffield
There are a number of clinics where you can get both your first and second vaccine doses against COVID-19 operating across Sheffield.
Drop-in clinics are available in convenient locations near you where you can have a vaccination without an appointment. Anyone eligible can attend a local site, you do not need to be registered with a GP or provide documentation to get a vaccine.
There are exceptions where you may have been asked to take documentation to confirm your eligibility for boosters and third doses i.e. Health and Care Staff and people with weakened immune systems and those who live with those individuals. For more information on who is eligible please check the NHS website.
Where to get a vaccine without an appointment:
Sheffield NHS Vaccination Centre
- Longley Lane, Sheffield S5 7JN
- open 7 days a week 8am to 5pm
- Pfizer and Astra Zeneca. 1st and 2nd doses (8 weeks or more from first dose)
- For updates on the Sheffield NHS Vaccination Centre please check at sth.nhs.uk.
Mobile Vaccination Clinics
You can find out where your local walk in clinic is by visiting the NHS grab a job website.
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