COVID-19 Vaccination Programme

COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccination in Northern Ireland

Book a COVID-19 Vaccination

Changing or cancelling a vaccination appointment

Appointments can also be made using the telephone service 0300 200 7813.

COVID-19 Vaccination Programme in the Northern Trust

COVID-19 Vaccination Programme continues to operate in the Northern Trust.

Pfizer vaccinations are being administered at the Mass Vaccination Centre in Seven Towers Leisure Centre in Ballymena and through the mobile vaccination team.

Vaccinations are open to all NI residents.

Mass Vaccination Centre

Open 9am – 5pm seven days a week

Walk in appointments are now available for first and second doses.  Waiting times will depend on the capacity available on that given day, please bear with us, our staff will be working to ensure you are seen as quickly as possible.

Alternatively you can book an appointment.

Mobile Vaccination Clinics

A series of pop-up mobile clinics have been organised over the summer at various locations across the Trust.  Upcoming clinics are as below:

Tilly Molly’s Centre, Armoy

Thursday 29 July 10am – 5pm

Town Hall, Coleraine

Saturday 31 July 10am – 6pm

Sunday 1 August 1pm – 5pm

The Junction, Antrim (old Tom Tailor unit)

Friday 6 August 1pm – 6.30pm

Saturday 7 August 10am – 6.30pm


Saturday 7 August, Ballycastle GAA Club, 10am – 5pm

Sunday 8 August, Sheskburn Recreational Centre, 10am – 5pm

Meadowlane Shopping Centre, Magherafelt

Sunday 8 August 1pm – 5pm

Saturday 14 August 10am – 5pm

Ballymena North, 120 Cushendall Road, Ballymena

Wednesday 11 August 3pm – 8pm

Hawthorns Adult Centre, Ellis Street, Carrickfergus

Saturday 14 August 10am – 5pm

Sunday 15 August 1pm – 5pm

NI residents over the age of 18, who have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccination, can attend the clinic to receive the Pfizer vaccine and there is no need to book in advance.

A midwife will also be in attendance to advise and reassure any pregnant women not yet vaccinated, those who recently had a baby or anyone still breastfeeding.

Those who attend should bring personal ID and return to the area in six weeks to receive their second dose.


Alot of myths and misinformation has been circulated about the COVID-19 vaccines.  Comprehensive, factually correct answers have been provided by the Public Health Agency to the most common questions.  Make an informed choice and speak to your healthcare professionals if you require advice specific to your condition.

Eligibility and ID

Vaccination is open to all NI residents.  The age criteria has changed as the Programme has evolved.  For up-to-date advice as to whether or not you are eligible please check the Vaccination Programme website.

Please bring photographic or 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.

20th July 2021

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