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Spring Covid-19 top up vaccination ends on 30June – two weeks left to come forward


Until 30 June, the NHS is offering Covid-19 vaccines to people who are at increased risk of serious illness from the virus – including those aged 75 and over (by 30 June 2024), people living in care homes for older adults, and those aged 6 months and over with a weakened immune system.

Local vaccination teams have arranged a series of walk-in clinics for those eligible to pop in for their jab with no appointment needed in St Werburghs, Knowle, Brislington, Easton, Hartcliffe, Lockleaze and Weston-super-Mare. Full details of clinics and eligibility can be found on our Get Your Covid-19 Vaccination page.

If you prefer to make an appointment, you can book using the NHS National Booking Service, their NHS App or by calling 119 for free. If you have a young child aged 6 months to 4 years who is severely immunosuppressed and entitled to a Covid-19 vaccination this spring, please email to arrange an appointment.

Protection against Covid-19, either from catching the virus or from a previous vaccination, can fade over time and the virus can change. For some, particularly older people and those with a weakened immune system, Covid-19 can still be very dangerous and even life-threatening. A spring top-up vaccination is being offered to provide protection to people at highest risk from a Covid infection for the months ahead.

For more information about vaccination in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, visit our vaccination hub.

Photograph of a vaccination clinic at the For All Health Living Centre.