Last updated 1 August 2022
Local Covid-19 Vaccination Offer Extended into August
Stockport’s popular town centre Covid-19 vaccination clinic offer at the One Stockport Hub, has been extended and will remain open throughout August
Stockport’s popular town centre Covid-19 vaccination clinic offer at the One Stockport Hub, has been extended and will remain open throughout August.
The One Stockport Hub, Mersey Square, SK1 1RA, will be open every Saturday, 9.30am to 3.30pm. It’s for anyone aged five years old and over. Children aged 5-11 are invited to come along between 9am and 1pm only, when specially trained staff will be on hand in a dedicated children’s area of the Hub.
The vaccination clinic at Trinity Methodist Church, 351 Bramhall Lane, Bramhall, SK3 8TP, will also remain open during August, every Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday, from 9am to 6pm. Appointments must be booked in advance for 5-11s at Trinity Methodist Church, and are available on Sundays only, via the National Booking Service online, or by calling 119 free of charge.
The full range of vaccination options in Stockport, including opening hours, who is eligible, and how to get the booster vaccine can be found on Stockport Council’s website.
Local pharmacies across Stockport are also offering Covid-19 vaccinations, bookable via the National Booking Service.
Jennifer Connolly, Director of Public Health, Stockport Council, said: “We’re experiencing very high rates of Covid across Stockport at the moment. Vaccination is the best way to protect ourselves from the most serious symptoms of Covid and it’s never too late to get any of your doses. Ahead of the autumn booster programme for over 50s and other eligible cohorts, please make sure you are up-to-date with vaccinations, then you will be ready for a booster in the autumn as we head into the winter virus season.”
Councillor Keith Holloway, Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care, Stockport Council, said: “Covid-19 is still circulating in Stockport and the One Stockport Hub is in a convenient place in the town centre. If you are in one of the vulnerable eligible cohorts, get yourself a booster. I urge parents of 5 -11 year olds to get their children vaccinated during the summer holidays then they are well protected when the new academic year starts.”