You will probably be very keen to get your COVID-19 vaccination as soon as possible. Find out more about when you’re likely to be invited, how you will book your appointment and where you can get your jab.

When will I get my jab?

The order in which people will be offered the vaccine is based on advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).

  • People aged 65 and over are being asked to book their jab now online through the national booking service or by calling 119 free of charge. Alternatively, you can wait for a local GP-led service to contact you to arrange your vaccination.
  • People aged 16-65 who have underlying health conditions such as severe asthma, diabetes or lung disease, will be contacted to have their jab by a local GP-led vaccination service.
  • If you are considered housebound, you will have your vaccination at home. A GP-led service will contact you to arrange this.
  • If you are 70 or over, or clinically extremely vulnerable and haven’t been vaccinated yet, please book online through the national booking service or by phone on 119, or contact your GP-led service.

If you are not in the groups described above, you will be contacted at a later date once you become eligible.

Where will I get my jab?

Where you get your vaccination will depend on whether you book through your GP practice or through the national booking service.

Booked through GP practices

Booked through the national booking service

Sussex has vaccination centres at:

  • Brighton: Brighton Centre
  • Chichester: Westgate Leisure Centre
  • Crawley: Crawley Hospital
  • Eastbourne: Welcome Building
  • Midhurst: Midhurst Pharmacy
  • Ore: Laycock Pharmacy
  • Ticehurst: Ticehurst Pharmacy

If you are worried about how you will get to your vaccine appointment during the current lockdown, it might help to know that the rules allow you to get a lift from a family member or friend to your medical appointments. If you need help getting to your vaccination appointment, please take a look at the area specific pages linked to on the right to find out about the support available where you live.

Where you live

Visit the pages on the right hand side to find out where you may have your jab in your area.

Questions and contact information

If you have a question about the Sussex COVID-19 vaccination programme please take a look at our frequently asked questions page. If you can’t find the answer, please contact us – our details are below.

You can email us at sxccg.vaccineenquiries@nhs.net, or call our vaccine enquiry phone line: 0800 433 4545 (open 9am – 4pm, Monday to Friday)

Note that we cannot book a vaccination appointment for you – please wait to be contacted.

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