How can I book my COVID-19 vaccine?
You can book your jab with the NHS in a variety of ways if you are eligible.
You can make an appointment with the national booking service or wait for an invite locally from your local GP service.
Understandably, this may seem confusing. However, the NHS vaccination programme – the largest in our history – has been rolled out at speed in just a few months.
The vaccine is being offered through a variety of routes to ensure that we offer it to as many of those who are most at risk as quickly as possible. Eligible people are able to book, or may be invited to book, their vaccine in different ways depending on the vaccination service that is offering it. This can mean that individuals may receive both a letter inviting to book at a vaccination centre, and/or a direct invite from a GP, Primary Care Network (PCN) or other service. The advice is to take the earliest opportunity possible to attend for your vaccination.
We hope the below explanation is helpful.