A second walk-in vaccine clinic is being set up in Falmouth next week, offering booster jabs as well as first and second doses.

This will take place in the Falmouth Town Council building on The Moor, in the Atherton Suite on the first floor.

The clinic will be open between 10am and 3pm on Monday, and can be visited with no booking necessary.

People can just head into the town council reception on the ground floor, behind the red post boxes on The Moor, to wait for their jab.

It is open to anyone still yet to have their first or second dose of the vaccine, as well as anyone eligible for their booster.

There will be both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines being given – Moderna will be the vaccine for the boosters and Pfizer for under 18s and first and second doses.

The clinic is in addition to the previously announced walk-in centre being set up on the following day, Tuesday, November 23 at Falmouth University's Woodlane Campus.

This will also run from 10am until 3pm, offering second vaccines and also Covid boosters to anyone eligible.

Town centre manager Richard Gates said previously: "I know recently second vaccine availability in the local area has been very limited so please do take advantage of this.

"This is available for students and staff but also importantly all members of the public.

"It also includes the booster vaccine for all that are eligible. No need to book just turn up at the main entrance to the university campus on Woodlane.

"We are also working on more vaccine walk-ins over the coming weeks but these are to be confirmed at the moment."

Booster vaccines are available for people most at risk from Covid-19 who have had a second dose of a vaccine at least six months ago.

This week it was confirmed that they are now being offered to anyone aged between 40 and 49 years old, who should be able to book appointments from this Monday (November 22).

Also eligible are people who live and work in care homes, frontline health and social care workers, people aged 16 and over with a health condition that puts them at high risk of getting seriously ill from Covid-19, people aged 16 and over who are a main carer for someone at high risk from Covid-19 and people aged 16 and over who live with someone who is more likely to get infections (such as someone who has HIV, has had a transplant or is having certain treatments for cancer, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis).

In England you can now pre-book your booster five months (152 days) after your second dose, and will be offered an appointment six months (182 days) after your second jab.

Alternatively, after six months, you can go directly to an NHS walk-in centre.