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Walk-in Clinics in Sligo and Leitrim for Booster Vaccines for People in their 50s

The first walk-in vaccination clinics for booster doses for people aged 50 to 59 will take place this weekend in the Carrick on Shannon and Sligo Racecourse Vaccination Centres.

Carrick on Shannon, Walk-in Clinic for Booster Vaccine for those aged 50 to 59

Walk-in Clinics in Mayo for Booster Vaccines for People in their 50s

The first walk-in vaccination clinics for booster doses for people aged 50 to 59 will take place this weekend in Breaffy House Resort Vaccination Centre.

Mayo Walk-in Clinic for Booster Vaccine for those aged 50 to 59

Walk-in Clinics in Roscommon for Booster Vaccines for People in their 50s

The first walk-in vaccination clinics for booster doses for people aged 50 to 59 will take place this weekend in the Roscommon Vaccination Centre at Kilbride Community Centre.

Roscommon Walk-in Clinic for Booster Vaccine for those aged 50 to 59

Walk-in Clinics in Letterkenny for Booster Vaccines for People in their 50s

The first walk-in vaccination clinics for booster doses for people aged 50 to 59 will take place this weekend in the Letterkenny Vaccination Centre, which has relocated to the Letterkenny Business Park, Ballyraine F92 FP83.

Letterkenny Walk-in Clinic for Booster Vaccine for those aged 50 to 59

Relocation of Letterkenny Vaccination Centre to Letterkenny Business Park

The Letterkenny vaccination centre has moved from the Kilmacrennan Road to a new location in Building 1b, Letterkenny Business Park, Ballyraine, Letterkenny, F92 FP83. The new centre is on the N56 link road (beside the Post Office Depot) and will have signage from the approach roads.

The new centre is bigger and has greater capacity to support the rollout of the booster programme for the people of Donegal.

National Guidance on Visiting in Acute Hospitals

Following new national guidance on visiting, visitors to all hospitals will be asked to produce their EU Digital COVID Certificate or HSE COVID-19 Vaccination Record or other proof of immunity at the entrance. Visitors may be asked to show some photo ID to prove that the proof of immunity is theirs.

Galway Hospitals supporting UNICEF’s Childhood Immunisation Programme

This year staff working in Galway and Portiuncula University Hospitals are supporting UNICEF’s Childhood Immunisation Programme through the ‘Get a Vaccine, Give a Vaccine’ initiative.

Visiting Update for Roscommon University Hospital

Following new national guidance on visiting, visitors to all hospitals will be asked to produce their EU Digital COVID Certificate or HSE COVID-19 Vaccination Record or other proof of immunity at the entrance. Visitors may be asked to show some photo ID to prove that the proof of immunity is theirs.

There are exemptions from the requirement for the EU Digital COVID Certificate or HSE COVID-19 Vaccination Record or other proof of immunity, on compassionate grounds.

Visiting Update for Galway University Hospitals

Following a review of visiting times at University Hospital Galway and Merlin Park University Hospital, from Wednesday 01 December, visiting will now be permitted during the following times:

  • 2pm – 3pm
  • 6pm – 7pm

Access to visitors is limited to one person per patient each day. Visits must be pre-arranged by family members / visitors, who should contact the relevant ward or unit in advance.

Walk-in Vaccination Clinic for first and second dose COVID-19 vaccine in Mayo on Friday

Anyone aged 12 and older who hasn’t yet received their first dose COVID-19 vaccine, can go to the walk-in vaccination clinic at Breaffy House Resort on Friday 03 December between 6.30pm and 8pm and get their vaccine.

People who are waiting for their second dose Pfizer vaccine may also come to this walk-in clinic, once the interval of 21 days between doses has been reached.

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