If you are aged 45 and over, you receive a Carers Allowance, have a learning disability, are clinically extremely vulnerable (high risk) or clinically vulnerable (moderate risk) – you can book your vaccine online at www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination or call 119 without needing an invitation. If you are eligible to use this service but cannot get an appointment, speak to your GP surgery.
Unpaid carers can get the vaccine through their GP, and eligible frontline health and social care workers can book their vaccine through their employer or GP.
See the full list of priority groups here, and guidance on frontline health or social care workers, and the high and moderate risk categories here.
The NHS has planned extensively to deliver the largest vaccination programme in our history. The first COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer/BioNTech) has been rigorously tested and confirmed as safe and highly effective by the expert Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine rollout began on 8 December 2020 and the second vaccine, Oxford University/AstraZeneca, in early January 2021. A third Covid vaccine, Moderna was approved by the MHRA in January.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is safe and effective and gives you the best protection against coronavirus.
Additional COVID-19 vaccination pop-up clinics from 10 April 2021
If you are eligible for a COVID vaccination and in the national cohorts one to nine, you can get your first dose of the COVID vaccination from a number of walk-in and pop-up clinics this weekend and next week.
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Latest headlines in south east London
In south east London (SEL) the COVID-19 vaccine is available through:
- 9 Hospital Sites
- 25 Primary Care Networks (groups of GP practices)
- 20 pharmacies and 1 mass vaccination centre – appointments are made through the national booking service. Additional Pop-up sites also available – more information here.
As more vaccines become available more sites will continue to open on a weekly basis. See below for some key updates of our activity across south east London (as of 09/04/2021).
Most Frequently Asked Questions
Our FAQs provide the latest information as of 14/04/2021.
This FAQ section contains our most frequently asked questions. For a more detailed list of questions and answers, see our specific sections on:
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