There are a number of places you can get your vaccine in the city.
Please come forward and book your first dose when you are eligible – and please attend your second dose appointment to receive the maximum protection.
Sussex has vaccination centres at:
You can book your appointment at these by visiting the national booking service website or by calling 119). When booking online, please enter your email address or mobile number to receive confirmation of your appointment. You will need your reference number to attend your appointment.
Current local vaccination services are available at:
Brighton Racecourse – for any patients in Brighton and Hove. Book via the national booking website or calling 119
County Oak Medical Centre, for patients at:
You will be contacted directly by the service to arrange your appointment.
Visit our vaccines home page for the latest schedule of walk-in vaccination clinics.
If you are a visitor, migrant or refugee and are aged over 30 you can get your COVID-19 vaccination at the NHS Ambulance Vaccination Service on Sunday 4th July from 10.30am to 2.20pm at Waitrose car park, Western Road, Brighton, BN1 2LA.
Please call our free vaccine enquiry line on 0800 433 4545 if you have any questions about the vaccine.
An information leaflet is available in several languages:
Together Co Vaccine Buddies can accompany and reassure people in Brighton and Hove who are anxious about attending their vaccination appointment.
The buddy will call the person ahead of the appointment to introduce themselves and will then meet them at the relevant vaccination centre – this includes Brighton Racecourse, the Brighton Centre, and mobile/walk-in vaccination units. A phone call after the appointment will also be offered.
We recognise that some people will have to travel further than others to get their vaccination, depending on where they live.
If anyone is concerned about how they will travel to get a vaccine during lockdown, it should be noted that, under the national guidance, it is permissible to receive a lift from someone and there are community transport providers offering support for getting to medical appointments.
You can find information about community and non-emergency transport on the Brighton and Hove City Council website.