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Walk-in vaccination clinics are open to anyone over 12 this weekend – here's where they are

It’s the first weekend the centres have been opened up to children aged 12-15.

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WALK-IN COVID vaccination clinics are in operation again over the course of this weekend.

The centres are open to anyone who needs either their first or second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

The centres have also been opened up to children aged 12-15 for the first time this weekend.

Children in this age bracket will be able to receive a Covid jab at one of the clinics dotted around the country if they attend the facility with a parent or guardian.

Anyone aged 16 and older can attend one of the clinics alone.

The no-appointment needed facilities have proven very popular, with thousands of people receiving inoculations at the centres since they were set up less than a month ago.  

Both the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines are available from the clinics.

People attending for a second Pfizer jab must have received their first Pfizer vaccine at least 21 days beforehand.

Those attending for a second Moderna shot must have received their first Moderna vaccine at least 28 days previously.

A person is fully vaccinated around seven days after the second dose of Pfizer and around 14 days after their second dose of Moderna.

People attending clinics will need:

  • Personal Public Service (PPS) number – if you have one
  • Eircode
  • Mobile phone number
  • Email address
  • Photo ID that has your date of birth – this can be a passport, driving licence, Garda age card, school ID

Anyone who has already registered will only need photo ID that shows their date of birth.

Here’s the full list of walk-in clinics around the country:


Carlow Institute of Technology: Saturday 9:15am to 12:15pm, Sunday, 9:15am to 12:15pm.


Kilmore Hotel: Saturday and Sunday 8:30am to 12:30pm.


West County Hotel: Saturday and Sunday 9am-4pm.


Bantry Primary Care Centre: Saturday and Sunday 9:15am to 3:30pm, 

City Hall Cork: Saturday and Sunday 1pm to 4pm, 

Clonakilty GAA Club: Saturday and Sunday 9:15am to 3:30pm.


Letterkenny Institute of Technology: Saturday 1pm to 4pm, Sunday 8:30am to 4pm.


Aviva Stadium: Saturday 2:30pm to 7pm), 

UCD O’Reilly Hall: Sunday 10am to 6pm, 

Citywest Convention Centre: Saturday and Sunday 8:15am to 12pm, 

National Show Centre: Saturday and Sunday 8:30am to 12:30pm.


Galway Racecourse: Saturday 8:30am to 12:30pm, Sunday 9am to 4pm.


Killarney Sports & Leisure Centre: Sunday 9:15am to 10:15am, 

Kerry Sports Academy: Sunday 9:15am to 10:15am.


Punchestown Racecourse: Sunday 10am to 2pm.


Cillin Hill Conference Centre: Saturday 8:15am to 12:30pm.


Midlands Park Hotel: Saturday 8:30am to 12pm.


Limerick Racecourse: Saturday and Sunday 8:15am to 7pm.

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Fairways Hotel: Saturday 12pm to 3pm.


Breaffy House Resort: Saturday 2pm to 4pm.


Simonstown GAA Club Navan: Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4pm.


Glencarn Hotel: Saturday and Sunday 1:30pm to 5pm, Monday 9am to 5pm.


Kilbride Community Centre: Saturday 9:15am to 3:15pm.


Sligo Institute of Technology: Saturday 1:15pm to 4pm, Sunday 9:15am to 4pm.


Abbeycourt Hotel: Saturday 1pm to 6:30pm, 

Clonmel Park Hotel: Saturday 9am to 12pm.


Waterford Institute of Technology Arena: Sunday 11am to 2pm.


Athlone Institute of Technology International Arena: Saturday 2pm to 6pm and Sunday 10am to 6pm.


Shoreline Leisure Centre: 8:30am to 12:30pm.

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