Find the latest information about COVID-19 vaccinations in south east London here.

This Spring, the NHS is offering a targeted spring booster vaccination for those at highest risk of Covid infection, including over 75s, those with a weakened immune system and older adult care home residents.

Following latest guidance from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), an additional dose of the Covid vaccination is recommended for a select group of people, to maximise protection against the Covid virus throughout spring and summer.

The NHS in London will be contacting those eligible over the coming weeks to book their top up dose of the vaccine. People in the eligible groups (as set out below) can also book appointments now for their Spring booster jabs via the National Booking System online here or by calling 119. Vaccine appointments can be booked for the week beginning 17 April onwards, up to 30 June 2023. We have already started visiting care homes to provide vaccinations to older adults.

People in the following groups, who are identified as most vulnerable, are being offered this extra booster vaccine dose in spring 2023, as a precautionary measure:

  • adults aged 75 years and over
  • residents in a care home for older adults
  • individuals aged 5 years and over who are immunosuppressed

The NHS will write to people to remind those eligible that they can get the vaccine, but bookings can be made at any time. We have started visiting care homes to provide.

The last date people will be able to book a spring booster will be 29 June, with the last spring vaccinations on offer the following day, 30 June.

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Book a vaccination if you are eligible online or by calling 119.

Deadline for first and second dose COVID-19 vaccinations

We are encouraging anyone who has not had their first or second vaccination against COVID-19 to come forward. There is a new deadline for this – 30 June 2023, after which NHSE will no longer offer first and second doses to the wider population, but just to those at greatest risk.

People who haven’t had their first and second COVID-19 vaccinations aged 5 on or before 31 August 2022 can still get their vaccination up to 30 June 2023

After then, COVID-19 first and second vaccines will only be available to those at greatest risk, including those who are aged 50 and over, with an underlying health condition, pregnant women, or frontline health and care workers. People in these groups will usually only be able to get the vaccine at times when seasonal vaccinations are offered. Those who become severely immunosuppressed at other times may be able to get a first or second dose sooner.

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