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 vaccinations in Sheffield
There are a number of clinics where you can get a vaccination against Covid-19 in Sheffield.
Vaccination clinics are held across the city to help meet demand and to make sure as many people as possible can access a 1st, 2nd and booster vaccination. If you haven’t had a chance to get your Covid vaccination yet, please take either up the offer when you are contacted by your GP or one of a number of walk-in offers available across the city.
It’s important to get vaccinated to give yourself, your family and your community the best protection against Covid.
Find out here where you can get your Covid vaccination
If you live in Sheffield you can now book a free taxi to get a Covid-19 vaccine at the Sheffield Vaccination Centre at Longley Lane, Sheffield S5 7JN. Opening times are Monday to Sunday from 8am to 7pm.
To book your free taxi call City Taxis on 0114 2358997 quoting reference ‘SCC vaccine’. Your trip there and back will be paid for by Sheffield City Council.
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