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Coronavirus Vaccinations

Autumn boosters

You will be able to have an autumn booster dose (also called a seasonal booster) of the COVID-19 vaccine if you are:

  • aged 50 or over
  • pregnant
  • aged 5 to 49 and at high risk due to a health condition
  • aged 5 to 49 and at high risk because of a weakened immune system
  • aged 5 to 49 and live with someone who has a weakened immune system
  • aged 16 to 49 and are a carer
  • living or working in a care home for older people
  • a frontline health and social care worker

Currently, the vaccine is available to those who are:

  • 65 and over
  • a frontline health and social care worker
  • aged 12 years or over and have a weakened immune system

If so, you can book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment or find a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site.

Full details on the NHS website

First boosters

If you have not had your first booster, you can still have if you are in an eligible group:

  • If you're aged 16 or over you can get a first booster dose if you have completed your primary Covid-19 vaccination course (first and second dose, plus an additional primary dose if you have a severely weakened immune system)
    • If you had your previous dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 3 months ago
  • Some children aged 12 to 15 can also have a first booster if they have:
    • a weakened immune system or live with someone who has a weakened immune system
    • a severe problem with the brain or nerves, such as cerebral palsy
    • Down's syndrome
    • severe or multiple learning disabilities (or they are on the learning disability register)
    • a condition that means you're more likely to get infections (such as some genetic conditions or types of cancer)

Full details on the NHS website

Booking first and second doses

You can still book a first or second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, as well as your booster. Visit the NHS website or call 119 to make an appointment.

If you have recently had a positive COVID-19 test, you need to wait before getting the COVID-19 vaccine. 

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.

For the latest government guidance on COVID-19,  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 NWLondonICS Website.