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Get your flu or Covid vaccination

The current Covid-19 vaccination campaign finished on 31 January 2024, meaning Covid-19 vaccinations are no longer available at this time. However, individuals who are newly immunosuppressed may still be eligible for Covid-19 vaccinations. This may include people who have bone marrow transplants, and those who receive CAR-T therapy for certain conditions, who may have lost immunological memory from vaccination received prior to the treatment and development of the underlying condition. If in doubt, please contact your GP practice for advice.

Table showing which groups are eligible for the flu and Covid-19 vaccine

Eligibility Winter 2023/2024

Those eligible for both a Covid-19 and flu vaccination include:

  • Note: Covid-19 vaccinations no longer available from 31 January 2024
  • people aged 65 years old or over
  • people living in an adult care home
  • people aged 16 to 65 years old and are at risk
  • people who are pregnant
  • people aged 16 to 64 years old and are a carer
  • frontline healthcare workers
  • frontline social care workers
  • household contacts of someone who is immuno-suppressed
  • staff or carers in an adult care home

Those eligible for the flu vaccine include:

  • pre-school children aged 2 and 3 years old
  • children of school age
  • people living in long-stay residential care homes
  • main carer or those with carer’s allowance
  • close contacts of those at risk

Walk-in vaccination clinics in our area

  • Local walk-in clinics for Covid-19 vaccination are no longer available from 31 January 2024 until further notice.