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Greater Manchester's 10 walk-in Covid vaccine clinics open this weekend

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Several vaccination clinics across Greater Manchester are now allowing over-18s to simply turn up to be jabbed.

People aged over 40, or who work in healthcare, care or who are at greater clinical risk and had their first dose at least eight weeks ago, can also turn up to have their second jabs.

There are facilities open this weekend in Salford, Manchester, Bolton, Oldham and Tameside.

It comes as infection rates in some parts of Greater Manchester continue to rise, according to the latest figures from Public Health England.

Read more: The latest coronavirus infection rates for Greater Manchester as cases fall in two boroughs

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