Covid-19 Vaccine

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Covid-19 vaccine

You can get the Covid-19 vaccine if you're aged 16 or over.

You can find out the latest information about both vaccines and how to book by visiting

For further information on the COVID vaccination programme, please visit 

Please note that vaccinations are free of charge and only available through the NHS. Anyone who claims to be able to provide you with a vaccine for a fee is likely to be committing a crime and should be reported to the Police online or by calling 112. The NHS will never ask you to press a button on your keypad or send a text asking you to confirm you want the vaccine.

For more information about the vaccine, please see these useful resource below:

Flu and Covid-19 autumn vaccine

This year’s autumn flu and Covid-19 vaccine programmes will start earlier than planned in England as a precautionary measure following the identification of a new Covid-19 variant. 

Vaccinations are now set to start on 11 September 2023 in England with adult care home residents and those most at risk to receive vaccines first.

Eligible people are urged to come forward for their jab as soon as they’re invited. 

The annual flu vaccine will also be made available to these groups at the same time wherever possible, to ensure they are protected ahead of winter.

From 18 September, the NHS will start to invite people in priority order of risk and those eligible. As in previous years, the NHS will let people know when bookings open.

Adult flu and Covid-19 appointments will be available through the NHS App and website, or by calling 119 for those who can’t get online. Flu vaccines will also be available through local GP practices and pharmacies.