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COVID-19 and flu vaccinations

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COVID-19 and flu vaccinations

Who is eligible for a spring COVID-19 vaccine

You or your child may be offered a spring COVID-19 vaccine if you:

  • are 75 years or over, you need to be 75 years old by 30 June 2024
  • are 6 months to 74 years old and have a weakened immune system
  • live in a care home for older adults

COVID booster vaccine

NHS appointments

If you are eligible for a COVID booster vaccine, the NHS will be in touch with you to invite you to book an appointment. Care home residents can book through their care home, or you can:  

  • Book an appointment online through the NHS App or the NHS website
  • Call 119 for free to book an appointment  
  • Book an appointment at your GP surgery 
  • Check if your local pharmacy is offering walk-in vaccination appointments

Weekly walk-in at University College London Hospital 

There is also a COVID vaccination walk-in clinic every week at University College London Hospital, for all eligible people aged 18 and over. No booking needed, just turn up. 

Appointments are on Saturdays and Sundays, 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 5pm, at Outpatients Clinic K, University College London Hospital, 235 Euston Road, NW1 2BU. 

COVID-19 vaccine bus

The Spring COVID booster will be available from our vaccine bus on the following dates and locations:

Saturday 8 June 12.30pm to 5.30pm

Fair in the Square - 8 South Grove, N6 6BS

Thursday 13 June 11am to 4pm

Salvation Army Camden - 10-16 Haverstock Hill, Chalk Farm, NW3 2BL

Thursday 20 June 2pm to 5pm

York Rise Estate - York Rise, NW5 1SS

Monday 24 June 11am to 4pm

Holly Lodge Community Centre - 30 Makepeace Avenue, N6 6HL

Wednesday 26 June 11am to 4pm

Brunswick Centre - Brunswick Square, WC1N 1AX

Flu vaccine 

Adult flu vaccinations can be booked now through your GP practice or pharmacy, or at some maternity services if you’re pregnant. 

If you’re eligible, book your winter vaccines as soon as you can.

We encourage everyone who is eligible to book your winter vaccines as soon as possible, and to get both vaccines in the same appointment for protection against both viruses in just a few minutes. 

Getting vaccinated will help to protect you and the people around you this winter, as well as supporting the NHS during busy winter months. 

Find out more about both vaccines and how to book.

Flu vaccines for kids 

The flu vaccine is being offered to most children including all 2 and 3 year olds, school aged children from reception to year 11, and children with underlying health conditions. 

The children’s flu vaccine is usually given as a quick and painless spray up the nose.  

Children under 5 have one of the highest hospitalisation rates for flu. Last year, more than 6,000 under-5s in England were hospitalised by flu, and many more needed care in accident and emergency. The vaccine reduces a child’s chance of needing hospital care for flu by around two-thirds. 

School-aged children will get their flu vaccine through schools and community venues and those aged 2 to 3 years old or with certain health conditions can get the flu vaccine at their GP practice. 

Having your child vaccinated protects others around them, including babies, grandparents and people with weak immune systems, and allows NHS services to be available for the people who need them most over the winter months. 

Find out more about the child flu vaccine.