Who can get a covid-19 vaccination

If you are: 

16 and above, you can get....
  • two doses at least 8 weeks apart
  • booster from 3 months (91 days) after your second dose

Aged 12+ and were severley immunosupressed at the time of early doses, you can get...
  • two doses at least 8 weeks apart
  • thrid primary dose, typically eight weeks after second dose (timing may vary and should be discussed with a clinician - if you are eligible you can get this dose by visiting a vaccination site of your choice, and presenting a letter from your doctor confirming you're eligible)
  • booster dose from three months after your third dose

Aged 12 to 15 with a health condition that puts you at a higher risk from COVID -19, or you are a household contact of someone who is immunosupressed, you can get ...
  • two doses at least 8 weeks apart
  • UNDER REVIEW - booster dose

Aged 12 to 15 and not in any of the above groups, you can get...
  • two doses at least 12 weeks apart
  • UNDER REVIEW - booster dose

You can pre-book a booster dose from 2 months (61 days) after your 2nd dose, but the appointment dates you'll be offered will be from 3 months (91 days) after your 2nd dose.

Visit nhs.uk to book your vaccine appointment.