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 if you are 18+ you can now have your booster vaccination

Help us return to normal by getting your COVID vaccine.

Don't miss out, get vaccinated now, you can get your COVID-19 booster 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 and booster 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. 


  • Second dose information

    Second doses will be given within 8 weeks of the first dose in line with 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 through the National Booking System.

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

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

  • Boosters

    Eligibility for the booster vaccine can be seen below. If you are eligible for the booster vaccine, this can only be received after 3 months from your second dose.

    • People aged 18 and over
    • People who live and work in care homes
    • Frontline health and social care workers
    • People aged 16 and over with a health condition that puts them at high risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19
    • People aged 16 and over who are a main carer for someone at high risk from COVID-19
    • People aged 16 and over who live with someone who is more likely to get infections (such as someone who has HIV, has had a transplant or is having certain treatments for cancer, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis)

    People who are pregnant and in 1 of the eligible groups can also get a booster dose.

    If you are eligible, you can now pre-book your booster dose online through the National Booking System  , if it has been 2 months since your 2nd dose. You will be offered appointments from 3 months after the date of your 2nd dose. Please note that this is only for book appointments and not walk-in clinics

  • When attending your coronavirus vaccination appointment

    Helpful information before attending your appointment

    You can help your NHS by following the below guidance to reduce delays and ensure a positive experience when having your vaccination.

    Arrive on time for your appointment – not too early or too late

    When arriving for your appointment, it is important to join the queue at your appointment time.  If you arrive early, please remain in your vehicle until your appointment time. You will only cause delays if you join the queue too early.

    When joining the queue or entering the centre please remember Hands, Face, Space. Continue to sanitise your hands, wear a face covering and always keep 2 metres apart from others.

    Important points to prepare

    Before your appointment it is important to have your NHS number ready, follow this link to find out how to find your NHS number  and remove any outer garments when inside the building. 

    To help the process run smoothly, please wear clothing that allows easy access to your arm, this will help the vaccinators and will reduce queues.