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Walk-in vaccine and booster clinics continue for 16s and over

WALK-IN Covid-19 vaccine booster clinics for people aged 16 years and over, and for anyone of that age yet to receive a Dose 1 and 2 vaccine, are taking place at various times in the Mid-West COVID-19 Vaccination Centres over the coming days.

This Thursday, 1-7pm, there are walk-in booster clinics for 16s-29s, and walk-in Dose 1&2 clinics, in Scoil Carmel Limerick and in the Clare centre at the West County Hotel, Ennis.

This Saturday January 29, all three vaccination centres in Limerick, Clare and Tipperary (Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh) will be open from 8.30am to 7pm to host walk-in booster clinics, as well as primary Dose 1 and 2 walk-in clinics, for anyone aged 16 years and older.

Anyone eligible for a booster dose or primary dose 1 and 2 vaccine may attend walk-in clinics at any of the three Mid-West COVID-19 vaccination centres at these times, regardless of county of residence.

Details of all walk-in clinics are available on the HSE website. This is updated as new clinics are added. People who wish to attend a walk-in clinic should check this link regularly.

For a scheduled Booster appointment, the SwiftQueue online booking system is open to anyone aged 16 years and older here

For scheduled primary Dose 1 vaccinations, the online portal is open here for parents/guardians to register children aged 5-15 years, and for anyone aged 16 and older.

In view of the relaxation of pandemic restrictions, we urge people to avail of these walk-in clinics, whether they have yet to receive their primary doses, or if they are eligible for the booster dose, and protect themselves, their families and communities against COVID-19.

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