Being vaccinated means you are less likely to get and spread the virus and it also helps keep you from getting seriously ill, even if you do get COVID-19.
Across Walsall there are many local vaccination services, GP surgeries, pharmacies, pop-up clinics and vaccination buses where you can get your COVID-19 vaccination.
Walsall vaccination buses are operating to take the COVID-19 vaccine to those who live, study or work in Walsall and may have difficulty getting to a vaccination centre or other local vaccination service.
The buses will be visiting supermarkets, places of worship, businesses and other prominent community venues. Once parked up, pharmacists, nurses and trained vaccinators from the Saddlers Vaccination Centre on board the bus will give first and second doses to anyone aged 18 and over, with no appointment necessary.
The current timetable sees the bus visiting the following locations. The bus schedule will change from time to time, so please continue to check this page or our Facebook and Twitter pages for regular updates.
Wednesday 22 September
- Tesco Willenhall WV13 2PZ (10am - 4pm)
Thursday 23 September
- Frank F Harrison Community Association WS2 7DY (10am - 4pm)
Friday 24 September
- Walsall Fire Station WS2 8NU (10am - 4pm)
- Aisha Mosque Palfrey WS1 4HJ (10am - 4pm)
Our friendly and approachable COVID-19 Champions will also be out and about in some areas visiting residents to talk about the vaccine and health professionals will also be available should you have any questions or wish to discuss anything about vaccines.
If you have any questions about the vaccination bus, take a look at our FAQs below to see if your question has been answered there.
FAQs – Walsall COVID-19 vaccination bus