Covid-19 Booster Vaccinations


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



UPDATE 30/11: Please note the that we are aware of the latest JCVI advice around Covid-19 vaccines shared by Sajid Javid on the 29th November 2021.  We are waiting for confirmation from NHS England regarding local roll-out and we will make the appropriate changes to our operations as soon as we are able to. 

In the meantime, please be patient and continue to check the details below regularly for any updates on the eligibility around vaccines. Please do not attend clinics for a booster vaccination unless you are age 40 plus or in a higher risk group and eligible for a vaccination.

People aged 40 and over, along with those in high risk groups, will be able to book in for their life-saving Covid booster jab three months after their second dose. People in those groups no longer have to wait six months after their second dose to top up their protection.

A booster is different from a third primary dose. A third dose is an extra ‘top-up’ vaccination given 8 weeks after your second dose to people with a severely weakened immune system.

The following groups are now eligible to get their booster jab:

  • care home residents
  • those who are clinically extremely vulnerable (including family they live with)
  • those aged 40 or over
  • front line health and social care workers.

For those about to receive immunosuppressive treatment the booster may be brought forward to a minimum of four months (120 days) to avoid giving the booster when the immune system is less able to respond. Such individuals will need to be scheduled for additional booster at a later date, currently expected to be around six months after the last dose.


Frequently asked questions

What should I do if I know I am eligible for a booster but haven't received an invite yet?

If you think you're eligible for a booster dose and it's been more than 152 days (5 months) since your 2nd dose, please call the booking helpline on 119.


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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