Local vaccine delivery

Local vaccine delivery

COVID-19 vaccinations are taking place at local vaccination sites (led by GPs, practice nurses and community pharmacists) who are responsible for delivering the vaccine to people in communities.

The four locations offering COVID-19 vaccinations in West Lancashire are:

Everyone aged 18 and over is now eligible to have a COVID-19 booster vaccination three months after receiving a second dose. Appointments can be booked via the National Booking System two months after a second dose.

There is also some walk-in availability in West Lancashire. Details can be found on the dedicated walk-in page.

It is important to note that even when you have received your vaccine, you should still continue to wear your facemask when visiting healthcare settings.

For more information and FAQs on vaccines in our area, visit the Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria website.

Information on the vaccine is available at Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine – NHS (www.nhs.uk).

12-15 year-olds

From Friday 22 October, adults can also book their child into a vaccination centre with appointments available to book online via the National Booking Service.

They will also be asked to provide consent for their child to receive the vaccination, either through an online or a paper form.

Parents or guardians do not need to contact their local GP or other NHS services.

Walk-in clinics

Some walk-in clinics may be available across the West  Lancashire area.

For the latest details, visit the Healthier Lancashire & South Cumbria website or follow the CCG’s Facebook & Twitter pages for regular updates.

Vaccinations at home

The NHS in Lancashire and South Cumbria has launched a vaccination at home service. For more information, visit the Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership website.

Last updated on 11 January 2022 at 10:00 by Meg Pugh