South Tyneside CCG News

This week’s drop-in vaccine clinics in South Tyneside

Fri 26th November 2021

To book an appointment at a local vaccine centre (The Glen, Cleadon Park or Flagg Court) at a specific time, or if you have questions about the vaccine, please call the South Tyneside Vaccination Contact Centre on 0191 283 1925 or speak with your GP practice.

Alternatively, you may prefer to attend a large centre such as the Centre for Life or the Nightingale Hospital (near Sunderland). To book an appointment, call 119 between 7am and 11pm or visit the national NHS website.

Details of groups eligible for booster jabs are listed further down the page. If you are in one of the eligible groups, you can only have the booster dose if it’s been at least 182 days since your second dose.

Looking for information about the flu vaccine? Visit our flu jab page.

Important: Sometimes we experience more people turning up to our drop-in clinics than we expect. If this happens, we may need to politely ask that you come back later in the day or another day.
Flagg Court Health Centre – South Shields NE33 2LX

Saturday 27 November, 10am-5.30pm

Sunday 28 November, 10am-5.30pm

Moderna – first and second doses, and boosters for over-18’s only – just walk in!  

Whiteleas Pharmacy – South Shields NE34 8HF

Details to follow

Neil Pharmacy – South Shields NE34 9BD

Details to follow

Melissa bus (offering Pfizer, including boosters if you are eligible)

South Shields (King Street/Mile End Road)

Thursday 2 December, 10am-4pm

Hebburn (Hebburn Central)

Friday 3 December, 10am-4pm

Moderna – first and second doses, and boosters for over-18’s only – just walk in!  

St. John the Baptist Church, Nairn St, Jarrow NE32 4HX

Friday 26 November, 1-4pm

Wednesday 1 December, 9.30am-3pm

Friday 3 December, 9.30am-3pm

The Glen Health Centre – Hebburn NE31 1NU

Saturday 27 November, 10am-3.30pm

Sunday 28 November, 10am-3.30pm

Moderna – first and second doses, and boosters for over-18’s only – just walk in!  


Who is eligible for the COVID-19 booster vaccine?

The following people should be offered a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in the same order as the first part of the vaccination programme.

  • those living in residential care homes for older adults
  • all adults aged 50 years or over
  • frontline health and social care workers
  • all those aged 16 to 49 years with underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk of severe Covid-19 (as set out in the green book), and adult carers
  • adult household contacts of immunosuppressed individuals

The JCVI advises that the booster vaccine dose should be offered no earlier than 182 days after completion of the first course of vaccination.

For more information on Covid-19 vaccine boosters visit the NHS website or 


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