Non-urgent advice: Walk in COVID-19 vaccination

If you are eligible for a covid-19 vaccination, you can find a walk-in vaccination service on the below website:

Find a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site - NHS (

The service will find a site offering walk-in COVID-19 vaccination services.

You can check opening times and which age groups can use a site before visiting. Not all sites are open to children or young people under 16. Some vaccination sites can only offer COVID-19 vaccination at certain times, so patients may be asked to wait or come back later.

Someone at the site will talk to you to make sure that the vaccination is suitable.

Alternatively, patients can call the below number where the Gateway team will be able to assist with locating walk-in vaccination services:

0161-947-0770  OR  0800-092-4020

Non-urgent advice: Supporting your recovery after COVID


As you find yourself recovering from COVID, you may still have symptoms that affect your body and mind..

These symptoms should get better over time and some may last longer than others, but there are things you can do to help.

Your COVID Recovery is here to support you and help you to understand what has happened and what you might expect as part of your recovery.

Your Covid Recovery - Supporting Recovery for Long Covid

Non-urgent advice: Spirit of Salford Network - providing help in the community

We know that there will be some people who will need help if they self-isolate, from getting groceries, to help with pets, and that's where the Spirit of Salford Network comes in. Salford is full of amazing people who want to support their community in this time of need, but it's important to make sure it is done without putting anyone at risk, and without spreading the virus. We are coordinating with Salford CVS and healthcare professionals to make sure we can safely support people who are self-isolating.

If you want to help or know someone who needs to help, this is the place to let us know. If you would like more information on how to get involved please contact

Sharmina August and Lewis Nelson at and


Non-urgent advice: A guide for parents of children aged 6 months to 11 years of age at high risk