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Walk in vaccination clinic set for Tyrone-Donegal match

SUPPORTERS attending this Sunday’s Ulster GAA Football Championship semi-final between Tyrone and Donegal at Brewster Park will have the opportunity to avail of a pop-up Covid-19 vaccination centre.

The pop-up vaccine centre will run from 12.00pm until 5.00pm on a first come, first served basis, in the St Michael’s Scout Hall adjacent to the main entrance of the ground.

The clinic is open to all residents in the Tyrone over 18 and will administer first jabs of the Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine only on a first come, first served basis.


Anyone wishing to take advantage of the clinic and receive their first jab should bring along photographic ID, proof of address and their Health and Care Number (HCN) if possible.

Please note there will be no walk-in facility to receive second doses at the mobile walk-in clinics.

The roll out is part of ongoing efforts by the Western Trust to encourage people aged over 18 years old to get vaccinated by making the vaccination process more accessible and convenient.

The Trust would also remind everyone over 18 that if you don’t want to risk waiting at a walk in session you can make a scheduled appointment at one of our Mass Vaccination Centres directly by visiting the online booking portal https://covid-19.hscni.net/get-vaccinated/; or by calling the regional booking line on 0300 200 7813 from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5.30pm.


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