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.


The Booster programme will be rolled out to the same priority groups as previously for the first dose COVID vaccination. This means priority will be given in the first instance to:

  • Care home residents, health and social care workers
  • People aged over 50
  • Those aged 16 to 49 years with underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk of severe COVID-19
  • Adult carers, and adult household contacts of immunosuppressed individuals.

Those who are in these priority groups for the booster will be contacted to come forward for their Booster. Please note there must be at least a six month gap from your second vaccination to becoming eligible for a booster. 

Those people who are currently on the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable list will also be given priority for the COVID Booster Vaccine Most vulnerable to be offered COVID-19 booster vaccines from next week - GOV.UK (


Frequently asked questions

Visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Frequently Asked Questions webpage for a series of FAQs to help you in making an informed decision about the Coronavirus vaccine.

Visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination Updates page to find out the latest news and updates about the Vaccination Programme in Surrey Heartlands. 

Covid-19 Vaccination Services in Surrey

Vaccination services are running in a number of community locations.

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.


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