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COVID-19 vaccinations

All eligible people aged 18 or over can get their booster jab at one of thousands of sites across the country.

It has never been easier to get this important extra protection – if you are aged 18 or over, or eligible for other reasons (such as being a frontline health or care worker, or at greater risk from COVID-19), please get your booster vaccination now. This can be three months after your last dose.

You can do this by making an appointment on the National Booking Service or by calling 119. You can pre-book a booster if it’s been two months since your second dose, and you’ll be offered appointment dates from three months after your second dose. You can also find convenient vaccination walk-in options at www.nhs.uk/grab-a-jab.

Please visit www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination for information on how to get your booster.

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