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When you can get a Covid-19 vaccine locally

A number of clinics have been organised for local residents to get a Covid-19 vaccine.

Anyone aged 18 or over can have their first or second vaccine dose, or their booster if it has been three months since their second jab. 

Teenagers aged 16 and 17 can get their first vaccine, or a second if it has been 12 weeks since the first. 

Meanwhile, 12 to 15 year olds can receive a first jab if they are accompanied by a consenting adult. 

People do not have to be a patient at a GP surgery in the area to attend a clinic. 

Below are the latest locations, dates and times available... 

Tameside and Glossop 

Friday 28 January

Ashton Market
The vaccination bus will be there from 9.30am to 4pm

Denton (Festival Hall, Peel Street, M34 3JY)
3pm to 6.30pm

Sunday 30 January

Ashton (Asda, Cavendish Street, OL6 7PF)
The vaccination bus will be there from 9.30am to 4.30pm

Glossop (Unit 2-3 Glossop Brook Business Park, Glossop Brook Road, SK13 7AJ)
10am to 1pm

All are available for walk-ins and booked appointments. To book an appointment, visit www.tamesideandglossop.nhsvaccinations.co.uk  or call 0161 368 5426. 

Oldham 

People can get their Covid-19 vaccine from any of the following walk-in centres...

The Dinwoodie Centre at The Royal Oldham Hospital, Rochdale Road, OL1 2JH

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays (8.30am to 7.30pm)
Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays (8.30am to 5.30pm)

The Millennium Centre on Featherstall Road North, OL9 6QB

Wednesdays (midday to 7pm)

The European Islamic Centre at 79 Manchester Road, OL8 4LN

Sundays (midday to 7pm)

Greengate Jamia Masjid at 88 Greengate Street, OL4 1DH

Friday 14 January (9am to 5pm)

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