West Essex Covid-19 Vaccination Walk-in Centres

Visiting a COVID vaccine walk-in centre:

Walk-in Covid-19 Vaccine Centres

Offering 1st, 2nd and booster vaccines

  • For ages 12+ years (no booking)

  • For ages 5-11 years (booking required) 

  • No ID & you do not need to be registered with a GP

  • Walk-in sessions are on a first come basis, you may need to queue

  • Check eligibility before attending

  • Pfizer and Moderna at all location

 

Find your nearest walk-in vaccine site and open times.

Please wait to be called forward if you’re not already eligible. 

Vaccinations - travelling abroad

If you’re planning to travel abroad, being fully vaccinated will give you the best chance of being allowed to visit the places you want to go.

Lots of countries and areas overseas require people to have COVID vaccinations and take COVID tests before they enter, and rules can change at short notice if there is an increase in cases. Don’t get caught out – plan your trip in advance, get your vaccinations up to date before you travel and keep your options open. There’s a handy pre-travel checklist here.

 

To make sure you’re not left behind, book the COVID-19 vaccinations you need now online, ring 119 or find a convenient walk-in clinic where you don’t need an appointment, and get your COVID jabs ticked off your list.

For more information on vaccinations to travel click here

Vaccines and boosters 

When can you have your 2nd Jab?
  • People aged 18+ will receive their second dose from 8 weeks after their first dose 

  • People aged 16 and 17 will be offered a second dose from 12 weeks after their first dose

  • Children aged 12 to 15 are now able to get their second dose of the vaccine online via the National Booking System if  they have had their first dose more than twelve weeks ago.

Booster jabs 

Booster vaccines - Currently available for all people aged 16 and over.  At least 3 months (91 days) since your 2nd dose of the vaccine, you can book an appointment or pop into a walk-in centre for you booster dose.   Book online - NHS national booking or to book by phone call 119. Find your nearest walk-in centre  

Aged 16 to 17? 

If you're aged 16-17 you will be offered 2 doses of the vaccine. 2nd doses are available from 12 weeks after the first dose (8 weeks apart if you are in an at-risk group).  This age group are also now eligible for a booster (at least 3 months after your 2nd dose).

You can get your vaccine at a  walk-in clinic  or by booking online. You may also be contacted directly by the NHS and asked to book an appointment for your vaccine.  Book your COVID-19 vaccination appointment

Aged 12 to 15?

Parents and carers of children aged 12-15 years old can either wait to be contacted with further information, can now book online, or attend a walk-in clinic.  Please see the 12-15 page for more information.

For children aged 12 to 15 years old who are most at risk from COVID, including those who are severely immunosuppressed and with underlying health conditions, can now book in their booster online.

The national booking service has been updated so that the most vulnerable in this cohort can quickly and easily book in a booster jab when they become eligible.

How long do I need to wait after testing positive for COVID-19 before I can have my vaccine?

If you are aged 18+, you can have the vaccine 28 days after a positive COVID-19 test or 28 days after your symptoms started.

If you are under 18, the latest medical advice is that you need to wait for 12 weeks after a positive test result.  

Helpline 0344 2573 961
(Monday-Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday-Sunday 10am-4pm)

For your nearest walk-in vaccine site and open times.

Or for more information go to frequently asked questions.