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Covid-19 vaccine

The coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines are safe and effective. They give you the best protection against Covid-19.

Anyone who is eligible for a Covid vaccine in the UK - which includes children aged five and above - can still get a vaccine. It might be a first, second or third dose, or a booster.

You can book them online or go to walk-in centres.

Who can get a Covid-19 vaccine?

How to get a Covid-19 vaccine

Who is being offered a booster?

How long after Covid can I get the booster?

It's important that everyone who is eligible takes up all recommended doses of the vaccine for the most protection. Even if you have had a Covid infection before, you will get more protection from the vaccine.

And, its never too late to get a vaccine, you can still book this through the National Booking System, some community pharmacies are offering walk ins or get in touch with your GP.

Sunderland Covid-19 vaccine walk in clinics  

Read more about Covid-19 vaccination here Coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines - NHS (www.nhs.uk).

If you have a question, talk to your GP or health professional.

You do not need to have a GP or an NHS number to get the Covid-19 vaccine.

This letter from NHS England and NHS Improvement and Public Health England explains how people can get the Covid-19 vaccine and if they want to, register at a GP practice. It is available in over 20 languages.

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