Walk-in Covid-19 vaccination clinics are operating around in Cork again this weekend
City Hall will operate today and tomorrow between the hours of 10am and 2pm and
Bantry Primary Care Centre will operate tomorrow from morning 9.15am to 12.15pm.
More than 30 centres will be open for first or second doses of a Pfizer or Moderna jab.
Yesterday, the vaccination programme administered its 7 millionth dose, and saw 90 percent of adults reach fully vaccinated status.
Professor Brian McCraith, Chair of the High-Level Taskforce on Vaccination, says the walk-in service is open to over-12, who has yet to receive a first or second dose:
“We’re trying to encourage as many people as possible just to turn up at the vaccination clinics and all the information is on hse.edu So you can see, what’s the nearest vaccination clinic or vaccination centre to you where you can just walk in and get those one and dose to whatever stage you’re at in the vaccination programme so we’re encouraging everyone to avail of that opportunity. We’ve been trying to make it as flexible as possible.”