Walk-in vaccine centres Leeds: No appointment needed for over 18s at these clinics this week

There are two vaccine centres in Leeds which are accepting walk-ins this week.

Monday, 21st June 2021, 11:47 am
How can I get my vaccine? (stock photo: Radar)
How can I get my vaccine? (stock photo: Radar)

Leeds City Council has confirmed that there is a walk-in clinic at the Bilal centre in Harehills open from June 21 to June 25.

It is allowing walk-ins with no appointment needed between 10am and 5pm on a first come, first served basis.

People are being warned that they might have to queue.

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The Leeds Roving Vaccination Bus is also doing walk-ins and is based at the BAME hub in Reginald Terrace, LS7 this week.

Leeds City Council said this centre "open to people in the local area".

It added that appointments for other clinics across the city can be made via the national booking service.

The full Leeds City Council statement said: "There's capacity at Bilal to vaccinate anyone – it’s first come, first served and they may have to queue.

"Appointments for other clinics across the city can be made via the national booking service.

"The roving bus is also doing walk-ins.

"It’s at the BAME hub this week - Reginald Terrace, Leeds LS7 3EZ and is open to people in the local area."