Another pop-up vaccination clinic has been opened in Blackburn for two weeks.

The walk-in clinic, which is at Masjid-e-Saliheen Mosque on Didsbury Street, will be open daily from 8am to 8pm until Saturday June 19.

The centre will give people the first dose of the Pfizer vaccines, with the facility making getting a jab easier and more convenient, with clinicians on hand to answer questions and address any concerns people might have.

In April, the mosque opened as a vaccination clinic but since closed and has re-opened today as a pop-up clinic.

Vaccination director for Lancashire and South Cumbria, Jane Scattergood said: “These pop-up vaccination sites mean people have more opportunities to get their vaccination at a time and place that suits them.

"As soon as you are eligible, please do come forward.

“I also want to again say a huge thank you to all our staff and partners who are working hard on the delivery of the vaccination programme.”

The clinic is open to anyone aged 18 and over, subject to eligibility, with people being asked to speak to the team if they are unsure whether they are eligible.

This is as well as a vaccination bus which will be available across East Lancashire this week including Wensley Fold, Barnoldswick, Haslingden and Clitheroe.

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