Walk-in Covid vaccine: Current queue times and clinic locations

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Walk-In Covid Vaccine: Current Queue Times And Clinic Locations Walk-In Covid Vaccine: Current Queue Times And Clinic Locations
Queues of up to one hour formed again on Sunday morning for Covid-19 vaccine clinics. Photo: PA Images.
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Updated 4.25pm

Queues of up to one hour formed again on Sunday morning for walk-in Covid-19 vaccine clinics, although by lunchtime many centres were reporting no wait times for a vaccine.

By late afternoon, queues of up to two and a half hours were reported for the clinic at University College Dublin.

Over 30 walk-in clinics are operating across the weekend, where healthcare workers and those aged 60 and over can receive a booster shot. Anyone who has yet to be vaccinated can also attend designated clinics for their first or second dose.

In an attempt to manage wait times, the HSE is releasing live information on current queue times at various clinics and urging people to carefully plan their trip to a booster clinic after long waits were reported last weekend. Close to one million people have received an additional dose so far.

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“Potentially someone might be in between two clinics, so you could go to the one that seems less busy at that particular time, just so people aren’t waiting for long periods,” Dr Lucy Jessop from the National Immunisation Office said.

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