COVID-19 vaccinations

All eligible people aged 18 or over can now make an appointment to get their booster jab at one of thousands of vaccination centres across the country.

NHS colleagues are prioritising booked jabs so the best way to get your booster is to make an appointment.

If you are aged 18 or over, or are already eligible, please book your booster vaccination now.

You can book your booster to take place three months after your last dose using the U-booklet cover, cover examination booklet, examination booklet, or by calling 119. You can pre-book a booster if it’s been two months since your second dose – the appointment dates you’ll be offered will be from three months after your second dose.

Please visit www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination for information on how to get your booster.

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