Alder Hey children’s hospital will host a Covid-19 vaccination clinic for five to 11-year-old who are at high risk of complications from Covid-19 infection.

The next clinic is March 5, between 9am and 4pm. At Institute in the Park, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Eaton Road, L12 2AP.  

Children over eleven and adults can get vaccinated at the site, but must book an appointment first. 

COVID Vaccine
COVID-19 Vaccines. Photo by Daniel Schludi via Unsplash.

Vaccinations for Children

The NHS now recommends that children between five and eleven who are considered high risk to Covid-19, or those who live with an immunocompromised person, are offered two paediatric doses of the vaccine eight weeks apart. 

Children most at risk of complications from Covid-19 infection include those with:

  • Severe neuro-disabilities
  • Immunosuppression
  • Multiple or severe learning disabilities
  • On the learning disability register
  • Those with Down’s syndrome
  • Those with long term serious conditions affecting their body. 

Children with a very severely weakened immune system may need a third dose eight weeks after their second.

Alder Hey Institute in the Park
Alder Hey Institute in the Park. Photo by Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

Extra information about vaccinations for vulnerable children is available online:



Featured image by Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

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