COVID-19 and flu vaccine pop-up clinics schedule for March
2 March 2023
Eligible residents who would like to get a COVID-19 or flu jab can do so at a series of regular pop-up clinics being held in the borough.
Having a flu and/or COVID-19 jab can help make sure you and those you care for are well protected during the winter months and beyond. This new schedule of community pop-ups aims to provide a regularity to this service that allows for greater availability and opportunity to plan ahead.Throughout March, the pop-up clinic will be available at Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College (RHACC) (opposite Richmond Station, TW9 2RE) from 11am to 5pm.
Pop-up clinic schedule
- Tuesday 7 March - From 11am to 5pm
- Tuesday 14 March - From 11am to 5pm
- Tuesday 21 March - From 11am to 5pm
- Tuesday 28 March - From 11am to 5pm
Who is eligible for a free jab?
Anyone aged 12+ who would like to get a first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be able to do so at these clinics. Flu jabs will be available at all clinics for those aged 50+ or anyone typically eligible for a free flu jab.Doses of the COVID-19 jab for children aged 5 to 11 will be available at all pop-ups. Please note that booster vaccines are no longer being offered at local pop-up clinics as a result of the change to the national vaccine offer.
Find out who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and the flu jab. All other services are open for all ages.
No appointments are required, and people can just walk in. If you have recently tested positive for COVID-19, you need to wait before getting any dose of the vaccine and the number of weeks depends on how old you are.If anyone is hesitant about the vaccine or has any questions, the pop-up clinics are an opportunity to speak to experts from the NHS in a private and confidential environment.
Up to: March 2023
Updated: 2 March 2023