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Public Clinics (those eligible aged 5+ years)

At the present time, only certain groups can book to use the Trust vaccination clinics. If you do not meet any of the following criteria you may still be eligible for a vaccination at your GP surgery or local pharmacy.

Any under 12-year-old booking requires an adult with parental responsibility to book on their behalf.

  • For first or second COVID-19 vaccinations you must be over 5 years old
  • For initial booster COVID-19 vaccinations you must be one of the following:
    • you are over 16 years old
    • you are over 5 years old and either:
      • you have previously received a letter from your GP/Trust clinician specifically stating that you require a 3rd primary dose of a COVID-19 vaccine
      • or you have a severe underlying health condition
      • or you live in a household with an immunosuppressed person who has received a letter from their GP/Trust clinician
  • For 3rd primary COVID-19 (not a booster) vaccinations you must be one of the following:
    • you are over 12 years old and have received a letter from your GP/Trust clinician specifically stating that you require a 3rd primary dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Autumn Booster
    • Everyone over 50+
    • 5-49 year olds immunosuppressed
    • 5-49 year olds household contacts of immunosuppressed
    • 16-49 year old carers
    • Frontline SHSCT staff
    • Pregnant women
  • FLU vaccine
    • Everyone over 50+
    • 16-17 years clinically at risk
    • Pregnant women
    • Frontline SHSCT staff
    • Immunosuppressed
    • Household contacts of immunosuppressed

Children will access the FLU vaccine through the school vaccination programme

  • Student immunisation catch-up programme

The PHA (Public Health Agency) along with trust vaccination teams are running student immunisation catch-up programmes in colleges and universities across Northern Ireland, giving students who missed getting the vaccines in school during the COVID-19 pandemic the opportunity to receive the vaccines now.

Teenage immunisations include the 3 in 1 teenage booster (Tetanus, diphtheria and polio), the MenACWY, which protects against four strains of meningococcal bacteria which cause meningitis and blood poisoning (septicaemia) and the HPV vaccine (human papilloma virus) which protects against cervical, head and neck cancers.

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The below clinics are only open to students who attend these colleges.

  • Southern Regional College, Newry (Model, Greenbank, Newry East & West) – 13 March, 10am to 3pm
  • Southern Regional College, Banbridge – 14 March, 10am to 3pm
  • Southern Regional College, Armagh – 15 March, 10am to 3pm
  • Southern Regional College, Portadown – 16 March, 10am to 3pm
  • South West College, Dungannon – 20 March, 10am to 3pm
  • Southern Regional College, Lurgan – 21 March, 10am to 3pm

Public Clinic clinic dates

Those attending for vaccination must bring photographic ID or proof of address/DOB and where possible a Health & Care Number and the date of your previous vaccination (if applicable).

Appointments for vaccinations at the Trust vaccine clinics can be booked here.

Saturday 25 March12pm - 4pmThe Quays Shopping Centre, Newry

**Booking line is also open Mon – Fri 9.30am – 1.30pm to manage queries for parents and those clinically at risk.

Tel: 028 3756 0300