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Sunderland Covid-19 vaccine clinics

Staying up to date with your covid-19 vaccinations is important.

Make sure you attend the right clinic for the vaccine you need.

Autumn booster vaccinations

Walk-in clinics


Millfield Salvation Army, Rutland Street SR4 6HX

Sunday 18 December, 8am - 12pm

Hetton Community Pool, DH5 9LZ

Saturday 10 December 9.30am-4.30pm

Washington Primary Care Centre

Saturday 10 December, 8am - 1pm

Wednesday 14 December, 12pm - 4pm

Houghton Primary Care Centre

Friday 9 December, 8am - 1pm

Tuesday 13 December, 12pm - 4pm

Grindon Lane Primary Care Centre

Saturday 17 December, 8am - 12pm

Bunnyhill Primary Care Centre

Friday 16 December, 8am-12pm

Millfield Medical Centre

Sunday 11 December, 1pm - 6pm

Riverview Health Centre

Sunday 11 December, 9am - 1pm

Millfield Health Centre

Sunday 18 December, 8am - 12pm

These clinics  also offer 'evergreen/catch-up' vaccines for people who haven't had any or all of their Covid vaccines. You can attend if you are;

  • If you are aged 12 (in academic year 8) or over and eligible for an Autumn Booster vaccine you can walk in and get it here
  • If you are age 12 (in academic year 8) or over, you can get your first and second dose Covid vaccine here
  • If you are between 16 and 49 and you have not already had a booster (and you are not eligible for the Autumn booster) you can get your first booster dose here

Those aged 5-11 years & age 12 (in academic year 7) who are eligible for Autumn booster and catch-up vaccines need to book through the NHS at or by calling 119.

Appointment clinics

If you prefer to make an appointment visit Book or manage a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination - NHS ( or call 119.

About Autumn Boosters

Autumn booster vaccinations are being offered to everyone age 50 and over, some people in high risk groups and health and social care workers.

Find out more about Autumn boosters by visiting Who is being offered a booster?

Appointments can be made online at Book or manage a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination - NHS ( or by calling 119.

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