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MMR Pop-up vaccination clinics in the Black Country

Date: Thursday, 25th Jan 2024 | Category: Uncategorised

Pop-up vaccination clinics have been set up in Walsall and the Black Country to help ensure people are up to date with their measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccination following an increase in measles cases across the West Midlands. Two doses of the vaccine are required for full protection.

The clinics will be staffed by trained healthcare professionals from the NHS and Vaccination UK who specialise in childhood vaccinations and follow all necessary safety protocols. Children will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian at the clinics.

The next set of clinics are:

  • Saturday 27 January, 9am-1.30pm, Wood Lane Community Centre, Wood Lane, West Bromwich, B709PT. To book an appointment call 0121 592 1110.
  • Saturday 27 January, 9am-1.30pm, South & Central Locality Hub, Birchills Street, Walsall, WS2 8NF. To book an appointment call 01922 902035.
  • Saturday 27 January, 10am-4pm, Park Village Education Centre, Cannock Road,  Wolverhampton, WV10 0RA. Walk in, no appointment needed.
  • Saturday 27 January, 9am-3pm, vaccination van located at Bilston Market, Pinfold Street, Wolverhampton, WV14 0DN. Walk in, no appointment needed.
  • Saturday 3 February, 9am-3pm, vaccination van located outside Poundland/Pep&Co in Walsall Town Centre, Lower Hall Lane, St Matthews Quarter, WS1 1PU. Walk in, no appointment needed.

For more information on measles and pop-up clinics visit the NHS Black Country Integrated Care Board website.