Coronavirus Vaccine 

 

  • There are over 100 places you can get a Covid vaccination in north east London, including lots of high street pharmacies. You can find your nearest one on the national booking system or NHS walk in finder. 
  • Everyone aged 12 and over can book your first or second dose of vaccine using the national booking system, calling 119, or where possible, book directly with, or walk into the practice
  • Anyone aged 18 and over (and those aged 16-17 with underlying conditions), is eligible for a booster jab from 3 months after your second dose and you can book your vaccine using the national booking system, or by calling 119. Everyone over 18 can book directly with, or usually walk into the surgery
  • If you are 18 or over, immunosuppressed and eligible for a third primary Covid-19 vaccine dose you can book your vaccine using the national booking system. Immunosuppressed children and young people aged 12 to 17 can get a third dose at the surgery, if they have a letter from a GP or hospital confirming their eligibility. 
  • If you live or work in a care home and haven't been vaccinated please speak to your manager. 
  • Search ‘Covid Vaccine’ or ‘NEL HCP’ online (nhs.uk) for information, updates and frequently asked questions on the vaccination programme in east London. 


 

Covid - 19 Vaccination Status

COVID-19 vaccination status is available for people living in England, for international travel, via the NHS App or by calling 119 to request a letter copy. In addition, it is now possible to request a copy of the letter via the NHS website. People should note that it may take up to five working days to arrive by post. People should wait five working days AFTER they have had their second dose for the system to be updated. More information is available on the NHS Digital primary care page.

 

 

Covid-19 Astrazeneca Vaccination 

Read here for information from Public Health England about the Covid-19 Vaccination and blood clotting.