Seasonal Covid-19 top-up vaccination
Anyone who is eligible can now get their seasonal autumn Covid-19 top-up vaccination. Visit our ‘Get your flu or Covid-19 vaccination‘ page for more information.
Year-round vaccination for people who become severely immunosuppressed
People who receive a bone marrow transplant, and many individuals who receive chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR-T) therapy, may need to repeat their first and second doses of the Covid vaccination (revaccination).
If you have started treatment that severely weakens your immune system please check with your specialist and, if revaccination is required, email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.
Covid vaccination for very young children
Clinically vulnerable children aged 6 months to 4 years (including those who turned 5 on or after 1 June 2023) who are at increased risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19, may be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.Information about what vaccinations you can have
National Booking Service
People aged 5 and over can book a Covid-19 vaccination appointment at a GP clinic, community pharmacy or community vaccination centre using the online National Booking Service (NBS) or by phoning 119 (between 7am and 11pm). You will only be shown appointments for the vaccinations you are eligible to have. New appointments are added, regularly, so please keep trying if you don’t find anything suitable.Book your vaccination on the National Booking Service
Walk-in Clinics in Our Area
You can attend local walk-in community vaccination clinics without booking an appointment, if you are eligible.
- All clinics have limited capacity. We will always do our best to vaccinate everyone who attends a clinic; however, due to the nature of not knowing how many people will attend a walk-in clinic, it is not always possible. You can book a vaccination appointment using the National Booking Service (link above) or calling 119.
- If you have a suspected or confirmed Covid-19 infection, please wait until you have recovered and no longer have symptoms before having your seasonal vaccination.
- We make every effort to ensure the information about future walk-in clinics on this page is correct; however, please check the details on the day of the clinic to ensure nothing has changed.
- Details of walk-in clinics can be found here
You do not have to be registered with a GP, have an NHS number or be documented in order to have your vaccination. If you are in this position, please attend a walk-in clinic or contact a GP to book your vaccination, explaining your situation.
When you come for your vaccination, please bring your NHS number if you know it, and remember to eat and drink before your appointment.
Please do not come for your vaccination if you have symptoms of Covid-19 or have had a positive lateral flow test. If you have tested positive for Covid-19 you must wait 28 days before you are vaccinated if you are over 18 and 12 weeks if you are under 18.