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There are a variety of COVID-19 vaccination sites from local GPs and pharmacies to community venues and large vaccination centres.

The vaccine offer is evergreen, so whether it’s a first, second or booster dose, people who have not yet come forward for their vaccine can do so at a time to suit them.
 

Walk-in sites

Visit one of our friendly sites without an appointment.

Book a vaccine appointment

Book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment using the National Booking System online, or call 119.

People who are 75 and over and those aged 12 and over who have a weakened immune system are eligible for a spring booster.

Appointments can be booked online via the National Booking System or by calling 119.

Adults will be offered either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine and those aged between 12 and 18 will be offered the Pfizer vaccine.

A guide to the spring booster for those aged 75 years and older residents in care homes - download here.

Women who are pregnant or think they might be, breastfeeding or trying for a baby or might get pregnant in the future can get their vaccine.

Read more about the vaccine and women of childbearing age here

  • Children aged 5 to 11 can get a 1st and 2nd dose.
  • Children aged 12 to 15 years can get a 1st and 2nd dose. Some children aged 12 to 15 are also eligible for a booster dose.

Parents and guardians can find a local walk-in site here or book an appointment through the National Booking Service or by calling 119.

Read more about the vaccine and children and young people here

You can get your 1st and 2nd primary dose and booster jab.

Visit one of our friendly sites without an appointment. Or, book an appointments online via the National Booking System or by calling 119.

Your guide to booster vaccinations

  • for people aged 18 years and over, and those aged 16 years and over who are at risk - download here
  • for people aged 16 years and over, and those aged 12 years and over who are at risk - download here

A 3rd dose and booster (4th dose) of the COVID-19 vaccine is being offered to people aged 12 and over who had a severely weakened immune system when they had their first 2 doses.

3rd primary dose

The 3rd primary dose is being offered to individuals who are immunosuppressed due to underlying health conditions or medical treatment, because there is evidence that some may not mount a full immune response to their first 2 doses. 

If you are eligible, you can get a 3rd primary dose from a walk-in site if all of these apply: 

  • you have received a letter from your GP or hospital doctor, inviting you for a 3rd dose 
  • you are aged 18 years or over 
  • it's been 8 weeks since your 2nd dose, unless the letter from your GP or hospital doctor says otherwise. 

People who are eligible for a 3rd primary dose can either contact their GP practice for an appointment or walk in with their letter to one of our friendly walk-in clinics, with no appointment necessary.

Booster (4th dose)

A booster dose (4th dose) of the COVID-19 vaccine helps improve the protection you have from your first 3 doses of the vaccine. You are eligible for a booster (4th dose) 3 months (91 days) after your 3rd dose.

A GP or your hospital specialist will invite you for your booster (4th dose) when it's due. Most people can also book their appointment online or go to a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site.

Book your COVID-19 vaccination appointment online or call 119 or find a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site. Please bring a letter from a GP or your hospital specialist inviting you for either a 3rd dose or a booster following your 3rd dose.

Read more information on the COVID-19 vaccine for people with a severely weakened immune system here.

Travelling and restrictions

If you are planning to jet away, please check the foreign travel advice page for information on travelling abroad, including the latest information on coronavirus entry requirements for your destination.

Overseas Vaccination Validation Service

A service is available to capture evidence of COVID-19 vaccinations administered in countries other than England, Scotland and Wales and have these recorded in the National Immunisation Management System (NIMS). Find out more  NHS | Tell NHS about coronavirus vaccinations abroad or by calling 119.

 

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