Vaccination Centres in Cheshire
Vaccination centres are now open at Chester Racecourse and Alderley Park Conference Centre to help accelerate Cheshire’s drive to protect residents from COVID-19.
The new centres will complement the existing GP-led vaccination services, hospital hubs and pharmacy-led vaccination services across Cheshire and offer an additional option for people to get vaccinated – if it is convenient for them. If not, people can instead wait to be vaccinated at their local GP-led vaccination centre.
People aged 60 and above who haven’t had their COVID-19 vaccination can book an appointment now via www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination, where they can choose a time slot and location that suits them.
People who are eligible, but without online access, can call 119 to book a jab free of charge, anytime between 7am and 11pm seven days a week. People are also able to book appointments on behalf of people they care for if they are unable to do it themselves.
All vaccination centres are staffed by clinicians, trained vaccinators, administrative staff and a range of volunteers who help make a visit run as smoothly and safely as possible. For more information about what you need to book your appointment, what you need to bring to your appointment and what to do if you get COVID-19 symptoms please click here.
If you have had your vaccination at Chester Racecourse please tell us about your experience here.
Please note that due to a major infrastructure project in Chester City Centre there is a new traffic flow system in place. To get to The Racecourse Chester please take a look at the Go Clockwise map below.