Coronavirus vaccinations

Who can get vaccinated?

This winter, the NHS will be providing extra doses of the COVID vaccines to certain groups as well as first and second doses.

Are you aged 12 to 15?

Those aged 12 to 15-year-olds are being offered a single dose vaccine through their school.

Booster vaccines

Book online if you've been contacted.

You can book your COVID-19 booster vaccine dose online if you have been contacted by the NHS and you:

  • Are aged 50 and over
  • Are aged 16 and over with a health condition that puts you at high risk from COVID-19
  • Had your second dose at least 6 months ago

Please wait to be contacted by the NHS before booking your booster dose.

First and second doses

Those aged 16 or 17 who are eligible for the first dose of their vaccine can just walk into any of our vaccination sites, which are offering Pfizer.

Please note at this time you cannot book through the national booking system, it is walk in appointments only.

People aged 18 and over can book a covid vaccination through the NHS website or walk-in on the day.

  • You don't need to be registered with a GP to go to a walk-in
  • All vaccines are free of charge.

Guarantee your slot

You can guarantee a vaccine slot by booking your appointment.

In addition to the walk-in centres the NHS will send out letters inviting eligible people who have not yet been vaccinated to book their vaccine appointment.

You can book your appointment in two ways:

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NHS guidance - The latest information and frequently asked questions about vaccinations can be found on the NHS website.

What to bring to your vaccination

You are asked to bring proof of age, your name and address and your NHS number if you have it.

Eligibilty for vaccinations

How will I know when I can get a vaccination?

You will be invited either by your GP or by the NHS in England, and sent information on how to book an appointment

I’ve been contacted to book an appointment for vaccination, though I don’t consider myself in one of the current priority groups – what should I do?

It could be that there is something on your health record that has picked you up as being eligible. If you are unsure you should contact your GP.

My employer has told me to contact the NHS about getting the vaccine as I am a front line worker – what can I do?

  • If you are eligible under one of the current priority groups, then you will be invited for a vaccination
  • If not, then please email [email protected] and include:
    • Geographical borough of where the service is delivered
    • Type of organisation
    • Name of organisation
    • Contact name
    • E-mail Contact
    • Number of staff requiring vaccination
    • Location
    • Closest hospital trust

Where are the vaccination centres?

  • Byron Hall, Christchurch Avenue, Harrow, HA3 5BD

There are also centres arranged by the NHS in England. These are:

  • Health Pharmacy, 392-394 Rayners Lane, London, Pinner, HA5 5DY
  • Healthways Pharmacy, 382 Rayners Lane, Pinner, Middlesex, HA5 5DY
  • Grimsdyke Golf Course, Oxhey Lane, Pinner, Middlesex, HA5 4AL

Some people may also be invited to the Wembley Mass Vaccination Centre at 8 Fulton Road, Wembley, HA9 0NU.

Easy-read leaflets and posters

On 20th February, the Government published easy-read guides and posters providing information on coronavirus vaccinations.

This includes guides on ‘what to expect after vaccination’ and ‘women who might get pregnant, who are pregnant or are breastfeeding their baby’ and posters showing the presentation, doses and storage of coronavirus vaccines.

For the latest government guidance on Coronavirus please visit GOV.UK.