It’s not too late to make sure those eligible you are topped up with their COVID-19 vaccination.
NHS colleagues are on hand to make sure you have the protection you need as they continue to vaccinate those who are eligible.
Spring vaccinations will be on offer up to 30 June, eligible people can book up until the 29 June.
If you are aged five and above and haven’t yet had your first or second dose, the last date you will be able to get vaccinated is 30 June.
After this date, you will only be eligible for a first or second dose if you are at increased risk from COVID-19 and in most cases, you will have to wait until the autumn to get these vaccinations. If you develop a new health condition or start treatment that severely weakens your immune system, an exception may be made if your clinician advises you to get vaccinated sooner.
If you are eligible, you can make a booking by using the NHS App or visiting nhs.uk/CovidVaccination. If you can’t make a booking online, you can call 119.
Kate Keeling, Head of Immunisation and Health Inclusion, NHS Norfolk and Waveney said:
“We want to thank all of our health and care colleagues who have and continue to work tirelessly to ensure those who are vulnerable are protected against the virus.
“Vaccination remains the best way to protect yourself against COVID-19. The spring programme provides an opportunity for those who are at highest risk of severe illness to keep their immunity topped up.
Those who are eligible for the spring vaccination includes:
- adults aged 75 years and over
- residents in a care home for older adults
- individuals aged 5 years and over who have a weakened immune system.
Those eligible can get a vaccination through their local GP practice, pharmacies, some hospital hubs, wellness hubs and on the Wellness on Wheels (WoW) bus.
If you are eligible, you can make a booking by using the NHS App or visiting nhs.uk/CovidVaccination. If you can’t get online, you can call 119.