Covid-19 vaccinations for Herefordshire residents

Covid-19 booster vaccine

Every person aged 12+ is now eligible for Covid-19 vaccination and most people aged over 18 are eligible for a booster dose.

If you are concerned about any aspect of vaccination and your health, or about attending your vaccine appointment, please use the following information:

The level of protection offered by vaccines can begin to wane after time. The booster will help extend the protection you gained from your first two doses and reduce the risk of you needing admission to hospital due to Covid-19 infection this winter.

If you are also invited for a flu vaccination and you are eligible for a booster Covid-19 jab, you can have both vaccinations at the same time.

Read more about the Covid-19 booster on the GOV.UK website.

Vaccinations for 12 to 15 year olds

Anyone in Herefordshire aged between 12 and 15 is able to have a first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. Please check the NHS Covid-19 vaccination booking page for the latest availability.

There is more information for children and young people about the Covid-19 vaccine on the GOV.UK website. You can also download the Covid-19 vaccine for children and young people - NHS guide.

If you are not well when it is your appointment

You should not attend a vaccination appointment if you are self-isolating, waiting for a Covid-19 test or within 4 weeks of having a positive Covid-19 test or if you are unsure if you are fit and well.

If you are not feeling well, wait until you feel better to have your vaccination. You should try to have it as soon as possible. You can call the same number that you used to make your first appointment or manage your vaccination appointment online.

When you are vaccinated

You will be given a Covid-19 vaccination card.

Covid vaccination card that records date, name of vaccine received and batch of vaccine received

Keep your card safe and make sure you go to your second appointment to get your second injection and take your card.

You can also check your vaccination status online on the NHS website.

Play your part get boosted, test regularly, wash hands, keep your distance, wear a mask, open windows