Who can get the COVID-19 booster?
• all those aged 50 years or above
• front line health and social care workers
• people aged 16 to 49 years who are carers
• people aged 5 to 49 years in a clinical risk group (including pregnant women) or who are household contacts of people with a weakened immune system.
The information on this page is quoted directly from the Manchester City Council website, correct on 29th Sept 2022. The site offers further information, including answers to questions, and where you can get the vaccination.
Why do I need a booster?
Those most at risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19 are being offered a booster.
Viruses, like COVID-19, spread much more easily in winter, so it’s important that everyone eligible tops up their protection with a booster.
Can I have my flu vaccine and COVID-19 booster in the same appointment?
Yes, if you are eligible to have both vaccines, you may be offered both in the same appointment. It is safe to receive both vaccines at the same time.
Walk in COVID-19 vaccination clinics
Many local COVID-19 vaccination clinics take walk ins, no appointment is needed. Click the link above to see where they are in the coming days.
There is also a 'ManchesterJabCab' - Free taxi transport to get a vaccine or booster for individuals and families who can't get to or from a vaccination centre.
- Organiser of Covid Booster Information
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More people work for the NHS than any other organisation in the country: over 1 million people in England alone. That is around one in every forty people.
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