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Who can get a COVID-19 vaccine

  • Everyone aged 5 and over can receive a 1st and 2nd dose.
  • People aged 16 and over, and some children aged 12 to 15, can also get a 1st booster dose.
  • People aged 12 and over who had a severely weakened immune system when they had their first 2 doses, will be offered a 3rd dose and a booster (4th dose).
  • People aged 75 and over, people who live in care homes for older people, and people aged 12 and over who have a weakened immune system by 30th June are eligible for a Spring booster, however, a registered Health Care Professional will discuss timing with you to ensure you have the best protection before the anticipated Autumn 2022 booster vaccine.

How to get your vaccination

You can get your vaccination through a number of ways. Please click on one of the below buttons:

From: UK Health Security Agency

Changes to COVID-19 testing in England from 1 April

Symptomatic testing in high-risk settings, where infection can spread rapidly among people who may be at higher risk of serious illness, remains important to ensure that COVID-19 is detected as quickly as possible.

This is to help minimise the number and impact of outbreaks to protect those who are most vulnerable.

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Children aged 5 to 11 years

Information for parents of eligible at risk children aged 5 to 11 years on COVID-19 vaccination.

Experts have advised that parents of all children aged 5 to 11 years should be offered the chance to have their child vaccinated.

Spring Booster

Information on the spring booster dose for eligible individuals.

You do not have to wait to be contacted by the NHS. To maximise the benefits of the vaccine, you are recommended to receive your 2nd booster around 6 months since your last dose.

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Hear the stories of young people who have just received their second dose vaccination

Dr Richard West from Woolpit Health Centre provides reassurance that Pfizer and Moderna are both effective COVID-19 vaccinations

Trusted health care professionals Dr Richard West and midwife Romie Rice from ESNEFT offer advice and reassurance to pregnant women on taking up the offer of COVID-19 vaccination.

This website provides details for Suffolk and the Colchester and Tendring areas of Essex

Continue to wash hands, cover face and make space

The COVID-19 vaccine is our best defence against the virus used alongside effective social distancing, wearing a mask and washing your hands.

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