Coronavirus Vaccinations

Family vaccinations

Children aged 5 to 11 as well as their parents or legal guardians, those aged over 12, and all adults, can all have a vaccine at Stanmore Park Children’s Centre, 2 William Drive, Stanmore HA7 4FZ from 4pm to 7pm on these scheduled dates.  Your GP may also contact you about these dates.

  • Monday 16th May
  • Tuesday 17th May
  • Wednesday 18th May
  • Monday 23rd May 
  • Tuesday 24th May
  • Wednesday 25th May
  • Monday 30th May
  • Tuesday 31st May

Please do not contact the venue directly with questions. If you have any concerns or need information about vaccinations, please email c19.roving@nhs.net

Vaccines for 5-11-year-olds

Children aged 5 to 11 years old will be offered as a lower dose (10 micrograms) of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Find out more on the NHS website. You can book online or walk in.

Spring boosters

Spring boosters are now available for people at extra risk from Covid-19. That includes people aged 75 or over, people in care homes and those aged 12 or over with a weakened immune system.

This booster should help to reduce the risk of being admitted to hospital with COVID-19.

If you are eligible, you should be offered an appointment around 6 months (and not before 3 months) by the NHS since your last dose of the vaccine. You can also book online.

Who can have a vaccine?

Everyone aged 12 and over, and some children aged 5 to 11 at serious risk from the complications of the virus, can get a first and second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

People aged 16 and over, and some children aged 12 to 15, can also get a booster dose as well. 

People who had a severely weakened immune system when they had their first or second dose will be offered an additional third dose of the vaccine followed by a booster (fourth dose). Full details of who can have a booster.

If you have recently had a positive COVID-19 test, you need to wait before getting the COVID-19 vaccine. People aged 18 and over, and eligible children aged 12 to 15, need to wait four weeks. Young people aged 16 and 17 need to wait 12 weeks.

You can also book a vaccine online or call 119 to make an appointment.

Walk-in vaccinations

You can still walk in and get your Pfizer vaccine in clinics and pharmacies in Harrow and across north west London. Boosters, first and second doses are available.


You can also get a vaccine at a pharmacy – type in your postcode and find one close to home. Your GP may also contact you about having your vaccine.

Having a vaccine at a pharmacy is quick and convenient.

Pharmacies in Harrow

The pharmacies listed below offer walk-in appointments if they have space in between booked appointments.

Fairview Pharmacy, 295 Burnt Oak Broadway, Edgware HA8 5ED

Health Pharmacy, 390-392 Rayners Lane, Harrow, HA5 5DY

Healthways Pharmacy, 382 Rayners Lane, Harrow, HA5 5DY

Grims Dyke Golf Course, Oxhey Lane, Pinner, HA5 4AL

Keencare Pharmacy, 18 College Road, Harrow, HA1 1BE

KL Pharmacy, 190 Alexandra Avenue, South Harrow HA2 9BN

Meads Pharmacy, 399 Alexandra Avenue, Harrow, HA2 9SG

Murrays Chemist, 172 Kenton Road, Harrow, HA3 8BL

North Harrow Pharmacy, 509 Pinner Road, Harrow, HA2 6EH

Shaftesbury Pharmacy, 5-6 Shaftesbury Parade, Harrow, HA2 0AJ

Stratwicks Pharmacy, 240 Northolt Road, Harrow, HA2 8DU

You can also book online if you need a specific time and date or you can call 119. 

First and second doses

Walk-ins are available across various sites in North-West London or you can book a first or second dose online.

You don't need to be registered with a GP to go to a walk-in.

All vaccines are free of charge.

Please note anyone over 12 is now eligible for a second vaccination dose.

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

Easy-read leaflets and posters

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.

Post Covid NHS support

The NHS has published webpages to help people who are experiencing, or have been diagnosed with, Post Covid symptoms (also known as long Covid).

You will find information on symptoms, and symptom management, support available, answers to questions you may have, as well as advice and shared experiences from other people.

For more information please visit the NWLondonCCG website.