Vaccinations for 16-17 year olds


Please note your COVID-19 Vaccination does not protect you against flu, for information regarding your flu vaccination visit our Flu Vaccination webpage.



Most 16 and 17-year-olds have now had their first Covid-19 vaccine and from Monday 22nd November they can receive an additional second dose.

Please note you need to wait 12 weeks following a positive Covid-19 test before getting either your first or second Covid-19 vaccine.

Young people who are not in an at-risk group will be offered a second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty) Covid-19 vaccine and it should be given 12 weeks or more following the first vaccine dose.

Young people who have had a proven Covid-19 infection and a first dose of vaccine, the second vaccine dose should be given 12 weeks or more following the first vaccine dose, or 12 weeks following the Covid-19 infection, whichever is later.

Please visit or call 119 for an appointment.

There are also convenient walk-in options across the country, which you can find on


Frequently asked questions


Information on Covid-19 Vaccination clinics in Surrey

Vaccination services are running in a number of community locations. 

Please find below information on vaccination services across Surrey Heartlands - check back here for regular updates.  

Please only attend if you meet the vaccination
 service criteria and are eligible to receive a vaccination.

Please refer to the details for each vaccination clinic below for age group and cohort eligibility.

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 website.



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