18-29 year olds

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Help us return to normal by getting your COVID vaccine.

You can find 18-29 vaccination resources to share with your stakeholders and communities here in this folder, including social media materials, large scale graphics and toolkits. These can be shared using your online platforms and within your physical settings.

18-29 Vaccination Resources


Don't miss out, get vaccinated now, you can get your COVID vaccine if you are aged 18 and over.

Click on the drop downs below to get all of the information you need. If you still have questions about the COVID vaccines or when you can have your second dose, you can visit our FAQ page by clicking here. 

Having both of your COVID jabs will help us return to normal, by protecting yourself, friends and family. You can also enjoy night life, travel and summer knowing you have the best protection available. 

Vaccines available

You will be offered 1 of the 2 vacines

  • Moderna vaccine
  • Pfizer/BioNTech

Oxford/AstraZeneca is reserved for those over 40.

You will be given either Moderna or Pfizer. When you book your appointment on the National Booking System you will only be offered appointments that offer either Moderna or Pfizer.

You will be given the same vaccine for your second dose, unless you had a severe allergic reaction to your first vaccine.

Second dose information

Second doses will be given within 8 weeks of the first dose in line with national guidance.

These can be booked online or you can attend a local walk in clinic. Please note if you try to attend a walk in clinic earlier than 8 weeks after your first vaccine, you will be turned away.

‘What to expect after your vaccine leaflet’.

How to book

It’s easy to book your COVID-19 vaccine, you can either:

When booking you need your name and date of birth, OR NHS number.

Alternatively, visit a walk in clinic, where no appointment is needed.