Free shuttle bus to new vaccination centre as weekend walk-in clinics continue

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WALK-IN Covid booster vaccination clinics for people aged 60 to 69 continue this weekend, with separate walk-in clinics for taking place for those receiving their first and second doses.
 
A free shuttle-bus service will run between Raheen and the new Limerick Vaccination Centre at Scoil Carmel this weekend
 
UL Hospitals Group vaccinators will be running six walk-in Covid-19 vaccine booster clinics for 60-69-year-olds at the region’s vaccination centres this weekend, along with separate walk-in clinics for anyone who has not yet received their primary Dose 1 or Dose 2 vaccines.
 
People attending walk-in clinics at the Limerick centre in Scoil Carmel this weekend should note that a free shuttle bus service will run between the Southcourt Hotel, Raheen, and the centre, every half hour between 8am and 7.30pm on Saturday and Sunday.
 
The walk-in Covid-19 vaccine booster clinics will be held at the Mid West Covid-19 vaccination centres in the former Outpatients Department at Ennis Hospital (Friday and Sunday); the Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh (Saturday and Sunday); and Scoil Carmel in Limerick (Saturday and Sunday), as follows:
 
Date
Vaccination Centre
Vaccine Clinic
Clinic Time
Friday December 3 Ennis Hospital, Former Outpatients Department
Pfizer Booster: 60-69 years
11am-6pm
Saturday December 4 Nenagh, Abbey Court Hotel
Pfizer Booster: 60-69 years
2pm-7pm
Saturday December 4 Limerick, Scoil Carmel
Pfizer Booster: 60-69 years
12noon-7pm
Sunday December 5 Limerick, Scoil Carmel
Pfizer Booster: 60-69 years
8.30am-7pm
Sunday December 5
 
Ennis Hospital, Former Outpatients Department
Pfizer Booster: 60-69 years
12noon-6pm
Sunday December 5 Nenagh, Abbey Court Hotel
Pfizer Booster: 60-69 years
8.30am-7pm
There is no appointment for these Walk-In Booster Vaccine Clinics, which will deliver a single booster dose of the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. These clinics are for 60-69 year-olds only – no other age groups are permitted. Please note also that five months (150 days) should have elapsed since you received your Dose 2 vaccine before attending for a booster.
Further information on the COVID-19 Vaccine Booster is available at this link.
Anyone attending these walk-in clinics should bring their vaccine record card, and also bring identification, either their birth certificate or a valid photo ID (such as driving licence, Public Services Card, travel pass, passport, Garda-issued National Age Card, or school or college ID). For queries, contact the local HSE-approved helpline number on 087-9681240 (9am-6pm, seven days a week).
Anyone who has had a COVID-19 positive result in the last 6 months should not attend for a booster vaccine.
People should note that they may experience delays when attending a walk-in clinic.
 
 
COVID-19 Vaccine Dose 1 and Dose 2 Clinics
 
There will be four Walk-In Dose 1 and Dose 2 Vaccine Clinics this Saturday and Sunday. These are strictly for Dose 1 and Dose 2 vaccines, and should not be attended by anyone seeking a third vaccine dose. These clinics will be held at the Mid-West COVID-19 Vaccination Centres in Nenagh (Saturday and Sunday), Ennis (Sunday) and Limerick (Sunday), as follows:
 
Date
Vaccination Centre
Vaccine Clinic
Clinic Time
Saturday December 4 Nenagh, Abbey Court Hotel
Pfizer: Dose 1 & 2
2pm-7pm
Sunday December 5 Nenagh, Abbey Court Hotel
Pfizer: Dose 1 & 2
8.30am-7pm
Sunday December 5 Ennis Hospital, Former Outpatients Department
Pfizer: Dose 1 & 2
12noon-6pm
Sunday December 5 Limerick, Scoil Carmel
Pfizer: Dose 1 & 2
8.30am-7.00pm
 
Anyone attending for Dose 2 should bring their vaccine record card. A minimum of 21 days must have passed after Pfizer Dose 1 before Dose 2 is administered. The interval is 28 days for people who have received AstraZeneca/Moderna Dose 1 and are presenting for Pfizer Dose 2.
 
Please note that anyone presenting, whether for Dose 1 or Dose 2, and who has received a COVID-positive swab, should not attend for vaccination until 28 days after the date of the COVID-positive result.
 
No appointment is necessary for these walk-in clinics, and there is no requirement to register on the national vaccine registration portal. However, children under 16 years must be accompanied to centres by a parent or guardian.
 
For identification, anyone attending should bring their birth certificate, or a photo ID (i.e., driving licence, Public Services Card, travel pass, passport, Garda-issued National Age Card, or school or college ID). For queries, contact the local HSE-approved helpline number on 087-9681240 (9am-6pm, seven days a week). All walk-in clinic dates and times and related information will be published on the HSE website here. Outside of these walk-in clinics, parents or guardians of children aged 12 to 15 may continue to register children on the HSE website via this link.
 
Anyone with queries about COVID-19 vaccination may contact the national helpline on 1850-241850.