COVID-19 COVID-19 Vaccination Programme

Spring COVID-19 Booster Information

Spring COVID-19 Booster Information

This spring, the NHS is offering the COVID-19 vaccine to those at highest risk from severe illness. 

Protection against the virus fades over time, so all people aged 75 and above by 30 June 2023, or aged 5 and above with a weakened immune system, can now get an appointment.

Vaccinations in care homes for older adults have begun. 

COVID-19 vaccinations  

COVID-19 is still around us and making people very ill. 

If you’ve only had one COVID-19 vaccination, or you’ve not had one at all, you can still get the vaccine until 30 June. 

Everyone who was aged 5 on or before 31 August last year will be eligible until then. 

After that, the offer will be targeted at those who are at increased risk from the virus. 

To book for yourself or a family member, please visit: 

If you're registered with a Manchester GP you can also call the Gateway to book an appointment on 0161 947 0770 or 0800 092 4020. Lines are open Monday to Friday, 8am-6pm.   

Don’t get caught out. Make sure you and your loved ones get all the protection you need. 

Covid vaccination allergy clinic

If you are allergic to certain Covid vaccines your GP can refer you to the Complex Covid Vaccination Allergy Clinic, or you can self-refer by emailing your name, date of birth and a contact telephone number to:

If you need it, the Care Gateway can arrange free transport from your home to the appointment, and back again. To book, call the Gateway on 0161 947 0770.

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