Find out more about who is eligible for a covid-19 vaccine - including first and second doses, third doses, booster doses, and vaccines for children and young people here.
Everyone aged 16+ can make a pre-bookable appointment for a Covid-19 vaccine now at www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination or by calling 119.
You’ll be offered appointments based on the current availability of vaccination clinics near to you.
If a vaccination site doesn’t have any appointments, it won’t appear in your search results, but new appointments are being added all the time, so if you can’t find a time or location that suits you, just check again the next day.
Anyone aged 16+ can get vaccinated at a drop-in clinic without an appointment unless stated otherwise.
If you're aged 18 and over, you can have your second dose if it has been at least eight weeks since the first dose.
All vaccination sites have access to a single patient database, so you don’t need to go to the same place for both your doses; you can visit a different site for your second dose if that works better for you. This also means you can have a booked appointment for one dose, but use a drop-in for your second, if you prefer.
If you have recently tested positive for Covid-19, you must wait at least four weeks (28 days) after the onset of symptoms or from the first positive test before attending a drop-in clinic.
Please note: Please don’t attend a drop-in session if you’ve already got an appointment booked at another site without cancelling it first.