The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advises that young people aged 16 and 17 receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and they will be invited to book an appointment for their vaccination. The committee is also advising that all children aged 12 to 15 receive one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. In addition to this, one booster vaccine dose will be available for people most at risk from COVID-19 who have already had two doses of a vaccine.

More information about the vaccine can be viewed on the NHS website.

All adults are now able to get their COVID vaccinations.

In Warrington, the vaccine is being offered at local GP-led vaccination centres and larger mass vaccination sites.

You can book a vaccination appointment or attend a public drop-in session. Please leave eight weeks between doses.

Please note: you may need to be observed for 15 minutes after receiving your jab. 

Stockton Heath Medical Centre

For first or second doses (if first dose received eight weeks before) - first come first served. Open to anyone aged 16 and over.

  • Every Saturday in September, 9am - 12noon

National booking service

You can also get vaccinated at a local vaccination site using the national NHS booking service where you'll be directed to the nearest sites with available appointments.

Sites available in Warrington are the Imman Pharmacy in Bewsey and The Village Hotel at Centre Park. Appointments can be booked at both sites using the national NHS booking service.

Find out more about available drop-in sessions at vaccination sites across Cheshire and Merseyside

Vaccination FAQs

NHS Warrington Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has put together information about the local community vaccination programme, including details of public drop-in sessions and a list of frequently asked questions. This includes questions about access to appointments and how to book.

Social care staff

All frontline social care workers, including care home workers, home care workers, and those working in day centres and supported living, who have close personal contact with those who are clinically at risk from COVID-19 should be vaccinated.

Further information on vaccinations for social care staff can be viewed on the NHS website.

If you believe you, your organisation, or the service you provide falls into this group, or you are unsure and want further advice, please send the following information to

  • Name and address of your organisation (please include a link to a website where possible)
  • If you are a private carer, an outline of the care you provide and how you are paid for this
  • CQC registration (if applicable)
  • Number of staff who have not yet been vaccinated