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Get a coronavirus vaccination

Vaccinations are now available to anyone aged 12 or above. Anyone over 12 can book online. Anyone over 16 can visit one of our local vaccine clinics without an appointment.

Get a vaccination

If you are aged 12 or over you can get a coronavirus vaccination:

Book a vaccination

If you are aged 12 and over you can book a vaccination appointment online. 

Book a coronavirus vaccination - website

These will take place at either at a local pharmacy in Oldham or Greater Manchester’s regional vaccination centre at the Etihad Campus in east Manchester. 

Pharmacies that are offering vaccinations by appointment 

3-5 Lord Street, Oldham, OL1 3HB

South Chadderton Methodist Church Vaccine Centre (Imaan Pharmacy Werneth)
25 Thompson Lane, Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 8LX

The Keppel Building (Focus Pharmacy)
Focus Pharmacy Unit G5, Ashton Road West, Failsworth, M35 0AD

Pakistani community Centre (Imaan Pharmacy Werneth)
Marlborough St, Glodwick, Oldham, OL4 1EG

Local vaccine clinics: no appointment necessary

Anyone aged 16 and over can visit one of our local vaccine clinics without an appointment:

If it's been at least 8 weeks since your first vaccination you can also get your second vaccination at one of these clinics. 

The Dinwoodie Centre 

Royal Oldham Hospital, Rochdale Road, Oldham, OL1 2JH

  • Monday 8.30am – 7.30pm 
  • Tuesday 8.30am – 7.30pm
  • Wednesday 8.30am – 5.30pm
  • Thursday 8.30am – 7.30pm
  • Friday 8.30am – 7.30pm
  • Saturday 8.30am – 5.30pm
  • Sunday 8.30am – 5.30pm

*You can also make an appointment at the Dinwoodie centre via the national booking system.

The Millennium Centre

Featherstall Road North, Oldham, OL9 6QB 

  • 12 noon to 7pm every Wednesday

The European Islamic Centre

79 Manchester Road, Oldham, OL8 4LN

  • 12 noon to 7pm every Sunday

South Chadderton Methodist church

25 Thompson Ln, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 8LX

  • Wednesday 20 October, 9am-6pm
  • Thursday 21 October, 2-8pm
  • Saturday 23 October, 9am-6pm

Pakistani Community Centre

Marlborough St, Oldham OL4 1EG

  • Friday 22 October, 9am-6pm
  • Saturday 23 October, 9am-6pm
  • Sunday 24 October, 10am-5pm

Missed appointments

If you have been offered an appointment for a Coronavirus vaccination but had to cancel or you just weren’t able to make the slot offered, you can book another appointment by:

Second vaccination 

Previously, the NHS had offered second doses up to 12 weeks after your first which is within the time period experts had recommended.  

However, due to new variants of Coronavirus, those at greatest risk can now get their second dose at around 8 weeks after their first. 

The NHS will contact you with information on how you can book an earlier appointment. 

If it has been 12 - 14 weeks since your first jab and you still have not been contacted for a second appointment, please contact the location where you had your first vaccine to arrange another appointment. 

If it has been 14 weeks or more since your first vaccine and you still have not received an appointment for your second dose please contact the NHS Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group Customer Services team by emailing:

They will work with your GP surgery to provide alternatives. 

Third vaccination

The Joint Committee on Vaccinations and Immunisation (JCVI) has recommended that people aged 12 years and over who were immunosuppressed (have a weakened immune system) at the time of their first and second COVID vaccines (primary vaccination) should receive a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine. 

You will be contacted if you are eligible for your third dose with further information provided.

What is the difference between this third dose and a booster dose?

This vaccination is being called a ‘third dose’ as it is being recommended as part of the primary COVID-19 vaccination.

The first two doses of the vaccine also make up your primary vaccination.

This third dose is only being offered to people who are less likely to have had a strong immune response to the first two doses.

The booster programme is separate from the third dose and is is being offered to certain vulnerable groups: