All adults over 18 are now eligible to book an appointment. You can book by calling 119 or visiting www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination
Eligible people are also now able to book an appointment for a booster dose. Booster doses must be at least six months after a second dose. Appointments can be booked by calling 119 or visiting www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination.
People eligible for a booster dose include those living in care homes, all adults over 40, health and social care workers, and clinically vulnerable people aged 16-40.
Following updated guidance from the JCVI on boosters for 18-39s, the NHS will be expanding the booster programme – booster jabs will be given in priority order so that the most vulnerable people are protected first, while also increasing capacity to vaccinate millions more people in a shorter space of time.
The NHS will contact you when you are due to book in for your lifesaving booster vaccination, and when you get the call, it’s vital that people come forward as quickly as possible.
Any pupils who were not in school because of COVID-19, or any other reason, will be given the opportunity to been vaccinated in due course. Young people who are educated at home will also be offered vaccination and further information about this will be available soon. This website will be updated regularly, so please check back for more information.
If you have specific questions relating to your child’s vaccination, or the consent process, please contact the school immunisation team on: 0121 466 7635 or BCHC.firstname.lastname@example.org
More information on walk-in appointments in Birmingham and Solihull is available here.
If you have any questions about the COVID-19 vaccination programme, visit our FAQ section.
For all over 18s, second doses are now given routinely at 8 weeks. 12-15 year olds are currently being offered a first dose only of the Pfizer vaccine. People aged 16 and 17 will soon be able to book their second vaccine dose. They will be able to have their second dose from 12 weeks after their first.