There are three ways to get your COVID-19 vaccinations:
- by booking online at www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination
- by attending a walk-in clinic
- or by calling 119
Where is my local walk-in clinic for the COVID vaccination?
Looking for a walk-in clinic near you? You’re in the right place. For full details including addresses and maps, visit the national Grab a jab walk-in finder.
If you are visiting a walk-in clinic, no appointment is needed, just turn up to one of the walk-in clinics, and present your vaccination card if you already have had the 1st dose.
Please note, due to adverse weather conditions, some sites last minute may be running reduced clinic times or may possibly be closed, please ensure you look out for our daily emails for updates
What other ways can I book my COVID vaccination?
Alternatively, you can book an appointment by calling 119 or visiting the National Booking System.
Two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine give you the best protection from coronavirus.
Please note that all second doses are only available after 8+ weeks of your first vaccination, if you attend a walk in clinic before the 8 weeks, you will be turned away.
If you are 18+ 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 booked appointments and not walk-in clinics.
Please be aware Walk-in and Pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics may be limited to an allocated number of vaccines. Vaccines will be given on a first come, first served basis. Clinics may close early if all allocated vaccine has been used.
Please check Grab a jab regularly as walk-in clinics may be cancelled on the day due to weather disruptions.
What to expect when you attend for your COVID vaccination 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 for your COVID vaccination
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.