The Broadway Theatre will open for a mass vaccination event in July (Credit: Google Maps)
Vaccination sites have been set up at various locations, including the Broadway Theatre, Dagenham Library and Marks Gate Community Centre.
They will offer a first Pfizer jab and second Pfizer or Astra Zeneca jab. Anyone who has already had a first dose is advised to wait at least eight weeks before getting the second one.
No appointment is needed but residents will need to bring proof of age such as a driver license or passport.
Here is a list of the sites and the days they are open in July:
1 Al Madinah Mosque, in Victoria Road, Barking, is open between Friday, 2 July to Sunday, 4 July from 10-4pm
2 Marks Gate Community Centre, in Rose Lane, Dagenham, is open on Wednesday, 7 July from 9-2pm
3 Heath Park Community Centre, in Rusholme Avenue, Dagenham, is open on Saturday, 10 July from 11-4pm
4 Dagenham Library, in Church Elm Lane, Dagenham, is open on Monday 12, July and Tuesday, 13 July from 12-6pm
5 Gudwara Barking, in North Street, Barking, is open on Sunday, 11 July from 11-4pm
6 Harmony Clinic, Concord House, 23-27 Kemp Road, is open on Thursday, 8 July from 3-8pm
7 The Broadway Theatre, Barking, is open on Saturday, 10 July, from 10-6pm
8 Parsloes Surgery, in Parsloes Avenue, is open on Saturday, 3 July from 10.30-2.30pm
Another site is based in the Sue Bramley Centre, in Bastable Avenue, Barking, although no open dates for July have been confirmed yet.
All of the walk-in centres are expected to open in September as well to administer second doses.
If you are unsure about having the vaccine you are still welcome to visit and speak to a doctor about any questions you may have.
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