You can see all of the bookable vaccination appointment services on the following pages for each area:
You can also see the latest list of walk-in sessions where no appointment is needed.
All adults are now eligible for a booster vaccination at 3 months (91 days) from your 2nd vaccine. You can also pre-book a booster dose from 2 months (61 days) after a 2nd dose.
Although you can pre-book a booster dose from 2 months (61 days) after your 2nd dose, the appointment dates you’ll be offered will be from 3 months (91 days) after your 2nd dose.
People also eligible if they are aged 16 and over with a health condition that puts you at high risk from COVID-19, a frontline health and social care worker, an unpaid carer or living with someone who is immunosuppressed.
Spring boosters are available if you or your child are either:
People are advised to wait 6 months since their previous dose to get maximum protection from a spring booster.
The appointment dates you’ll be offered start from 3 months (91 days) after your previous dose, but booking an appointment around 6 months after your previous dose is preferable.
If you are a resident in a care home, a visit will be arranged by the local vaccination service to provide your vaccination at your care home.
If you are housebound, you will be contacted directly by your local vaccination service to arrange an appointment with you about your vaccination at your home.
You can now get a 1st and 2nd COVID-19 vaccine if you’re aged 16 or 17.
You have two ways to receive your vaccines:
You will be offered the Pfizer vaccine. A second dose of vaccine should be offered after an interval of at least 12 weeks.
You can get your jab now.
You can book an appointment by visiting the National Booking System website or calling 119.
Alternatively, you can go to walk-in vaccination session. You don’t need to call in advance and you don’t need an appointment; you can simply turn up during the opening hours. Check the latest list of walk-in sessions.
If there is a number on the invite, please contact the team who invited you directly.
You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our vaccine enquiry phone line: 0800 433 4545 (open 9am – 4pm, Monday to Friday) if you need help and support. See the privacy notice for information about how your data is used.
Please note the team cannot make bookings but they can help to make contact for you with the right team.
The NHS vaccinates in line with guidance from the independent JCVI (Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation), which provides expert advice on vaccinations to UK health departments. The JCVI recommends that only certain groups of children and young people are vaccinated because of a combination of factors including their risk of getting seriously ill from coronavirus, passing it to others who may become seriously ill, and evidence of safety and effectiveness.
For some time, young people aged 16 and 17 who in an ‘at-risk’ group have been offered two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine with an interval of at least eight weeks.
If you have not yet received yours, please speak to your GP practice. You will be offered the Pfizer vaccine.
Unfortunately, there are fraudulent texts and email messages about vaccinations being sent to patients.
Please be assured that even if you don’t respond to a genuine message because you are worried it could be fraudulent, you will remain on the vaccination list and be contacted again.