Getting vaccinated protects yourself, your family, friends and loved ones and is our best defence against the virus.
Please also stay at home if you have symptoms or have tested positive for the virus and continue to wash your hands frequently.
Who can get vaccinated against Covid-19?
- Everyone aged 12 and over, and some children aged 5 to 11, can get a first and second dose of the vaccine.
- Everyone aged 16 and over can also have a booster dose, three months after their second.
- Children aged 5-11 and at risk (a guide for parents of children at risk can be found here)
Autumn booster vaccinations
The following people can also get an Autumn Booster:
- Frontline health and social care workers
- All adults aged 50 years and over
- People aged 5 to 49 years in a clinical risk group
- People aged 5 to 49 years who are household contacts of people who have a low immune system
- People aged 16 to 49 years who are carers
How do you get a Covid-19 vaccination in Coventry and Warwickshire?
People aged 16 and over can get a COVID-19 vaccination by:
- Booking through the online National Booking System or calling 119 (Knowing your NHS number will speed up the booking process – you can find it here.)
- Visiting a drop-in vaccination site (no appointment needed)
You can ask someone to book your appointment for you and interpreters are available on request or you can use text phone 18001 119 or the NHS British Sign Language interpreter service at www.interpreternow.co.uk/nhs119.
Children aged 12-15 years
Clinics are now available for any child aged 12-15 who has not yet had their first Covid-19 vaccination. Find out more here.