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Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic Returning To Offaly

The county has been without a designated vaccine centre since the facility in Mucklagh closed at the end of May.

A pop-up vaccination centre is returning to Offaly this weekend.

The temporary clinic will operate at Tullamore Primary Care Centre this Sunday from noon to 4pm.

The county has been without a designated vaccine centre since the facility in Mucklagh closed at the end of May.

Anyone over the age of 12 requiring their first or second dose or, where eligible, a booster vaccine is invited to make an appointment online or walk in on the day.

The HSE says the aim of the clinic is to maximise covid vaccine uptake in those who have not yet availed of one.

You can book an appointment here.

Paula Phelan, Operations Manager Community Vaccination Centre, which is providing the clinic, said: "Our aim is to provide an accessible site for any persons 12 years and older who have not yet received a vaccination/booster/second vaccination to attend our pop-up clinic to avail of a vaccine. We have made great progress with our community vaccination programme throughout Midlands Louth Meath CHO and we want to build on these gains and ensure as many people as possible avail of the vaccine."

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