Covid-19 vaccination walk-in clinics

You may be able to get a seasonal COVID-19 vaccine in Spring 2024 if you’re at increased risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19. For example, this may be due to a health condition or your age. Those who are eligible include:

  • adults aged 75 years and over by 30 June 2024
  • residents in care homes for older adults by 30 June 2024
  • individuals aged 6 months and over who have a weakened immune system (as defined in the Green Book, chapter 14a; tables 3 and 4). this includes:
    • Individuals with primary or acquired immunodeficiency states at the time of vaccination due to certain conditions
    • Individuals on immunosuppressive or immunomodulating therapy at the time of vaccination
    • Individuals with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory disease who were receiving or had received immunosuppressive therapy prior to vaccination
    • Individuals who had received high dose steroids for any reason in the month before vaccination

The NHS will contact you if your NHS record suggests you may be eligible. Those most at risk including adult care home residents will start to be vaccinated from 15 April 2024. From 22 April, the NHS will start to invite people in priority order of risk and those eligible will be able to book an appointment on the National Booking Service.

When available, there may be different ways you can get a COVID-19 seasonal vaccine:

  • booking online or via 119
  • going to a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site
  • a local NHS service, such as a vaccine centre, GP surgery or pharmacy


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