Mobile vaccination clinics coming to Antrim, Ballymena and Magherafelt
Updated: Sep 14
Mobile vaccination clinics are being held again in Antrim, Ballymena and Magherafelt to offer people more opportunities to get vaccinated.
The teams will be administering the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine. With the rise in the Delta variant and associated hospital pressures, healthcare professionals are keen to get as many people vaccinated as possible.
There will also be a midwife present to advise and reassure any pregnant women still to be vaccinated or anyone who has recently had a baby or are still breastfeeding.
There is no need to book in advance but people should bring personal ID. This can include Passport, Driving licence, Bus pass, Carer’s card or bring a document that confirms your name and address such as an electric/gas/phone bill.
People will need to return to the area in eight weeks to receive their second dose. The teams are also providing vaccination clinics in the Northern Regional Colleges in Newtownabbey, Magherafelt, Coleraine, Ballymoney and Ballymena (using the mass vaccination centre), at the two CAFRE colleges in Loughry and Greenmount and Ulster University sites in Jordanstown and Coleraine. These clinics are for staff and students only. Clinics are also held for those pregnant, recently delivered or breastfeeding at Maternity Outpatients in Antrim Area Hospital on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.
Ballymena North Centre, Cushendall Road
Thursday 16 September | 3pm – 8pm
The Junction Retail Park
Saturday 18 September | 10am – 5pm
• MAGHERAFELT Magherafelt Adult Centre, Hospital Road
Sunday 19 September | 10am – 5pm Full details, including times, for all clinics can be found on the Trust website -