Please note the NHS will not be offering Spring Booster vaccinations (details on eligibility below) after 30 June 2022. An Autumn Booster vaccination programme will follow later this year.
If you're aged 75+ or immunosuppressed take a look at our latest video, where Dr. David Williams provides all the details on your COVID-19 Spring Booster, including how to book.
In February, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advised a spring dose of the COVID-19 vaccine for:
- adults aged 75 years and over
- residents in care homes for older adults
- individuals aged 12 years and over who have a weakened immune system.
The NHS will contact those who are eligible to make a spring booster appointment, so people should wait until they hear from the NHS.
The NHS will prioritise those whose clinical need is greatest, as it has throughout, starting with those who have had a bigger gap since their last dose, then working through the cohort to invite others who have waited less time.
Everyone who is eligible will be offered a top up between three and six months over the Spring and early Summer 2022.
Frequently asked questions
- Visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Frequently Asked Questions webpage for a series of FAQs to help you in making an informed decision about the Coronavirus vaccine.
- Visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination Updates page to find out the latest news and updates about the Vaccination Programme in Surrey Heartlands.
Information on Covid-19 Vaccination clinics in Surrey
Vaccination services are running in a number of community locations.
You can find out more, including details of locations and availability of walk-in vaccination clinics with no appointments required on our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination Centres webpage. Please note walk-in vaccinations for Booster doses are currently limited.
Covid-19 Vaccination Resources
For a range of helpful resources, including information in community languages, research, videos and much more, visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination Resources webpage.
A series of resources specific to booster vaccinations can be found following this link on the gov.uk website.