Covid-19 Vaccine

Covid -19 Vaccine Update May 2022

Spring COVID-19 boosters

Covid-19 spring boosters are available for those most at risk:

  • adults aged 75 years and over
  • residents in care homes for older adults
  • individuals aged 12 years and over who have a weakened immune system

If you are over 75, or immunosuppressed, you are eligible for a spring, or second, booster vaccine. You can book this at 3 months from the date of your original booster and we recommend you have it by 6 months so you are protected over the summer months.

Thousands of people across Sussex are eligible for their spring COVID-19 booster but are yet to come forward. Have you had yours? Book online today at or call 119 for free, 8am to 8pm.

If your family and friends are eligible for their spring COVID-19 booster vaccine and haven’t yet had it, encourage them to book as soon as they are able, to make sure they are protected throughout the summer months.

COVID-19 spring boosters are now available for those most at risk:

  • Adults over 75
  • Residents in care homes for older adults
  • Those 12 and over with a weakened immune system

Book online at or call 119.

COVID-19 has not gone away. Boosters are available this spring for those most at risk. Book online at or call 119.

A spring booster of the COVID-19 vaccine is available to people aged 75 and over, people who live in a care home for older people, or people aged 12 and over who have a weakened immune system. Get yours to boost your immunity over the summer months.

If you are over 75, live in a care home for older people, or are over 12 with a weakened immune system, a spring COVID-19 booster is being offered to help reduce your risk of getting seriously ill from the virus. Make sure you are protected this summer. Book yours today.

COVID-19 boosters are available this spring for over 75s, those in a care home and some younger people with specific health conditions. If you are eligible, you can book online at or call 119.

5-11 year olds vaccines

We all want to get back to normal, and for our children to go to school, do the things they love and catch up on lost time with friends and family. From this week, all children aged 5-11 can get their free COVID-19 vaccine. Book online or call 119:

The COVID-19 vaccine helps protect children and young people against serious COVID-19 infection and reduces their risk of passing infection on to others. If they have already had coronavirus, the vaccine will top up their natural immunity.

COVID-19 hasn't gone away. Help protect your child from missing out on their education and the things they enjoy. Book their vaccine online at or call 119.

For most children, COVID-19 is a mild illness that may require a few days off school but rarely leads to complications. For some, the symptoms can be more serious or last longer. Don't let them miss out. 5-11 year olds can now get their COVID-19 vaccine.

For decades, vaccinations have protected children from potentially serious diseases, including measles, flu, Meningitis and mumps. The COVID-19 vaccine is one more vaccine that children can now have to protect them from illness. Book online or call 119.

5-11 year olds are now eligible for their COVID-19 vaccination. Book them in at a time convenient for you. Go online to or call 119.

Covid -19 Vaccine Update

The National Booking Services are inviting people who are eligible and living within 60 miles of a vaccine centre to book appointment online or by phone. Patients are calling us to say that they do not want to travel long distances and want their vaccinations locally.

We want to assure you that you will get your vaccines locally and you do not need to travel long distances.

You have following choices to decide where would you like to get your Covid-19 vaccine from,

  1. Wait to be contacted by GP led mass vaccination centres/ our Federation for your vaccine. You will be on their list and they will call you to book your Covid -19 vaccine in the next two weeks.
  2. Use the National Booking System to arrange at mass vaccination centres such as Brighton, Eastbourne or your local pharmacies.

Many thanks for your cooperation.

Please watch the video below to see how it works:

Missing or incorrect vaccination records

The Vaccine Data Resolution Service (VDRS) aims to resolve missing or incorrect vaccination records for people vaccinated in England who have a current NHS number and are registered with a GP practice in England. This can be accessed by calling 119 and asking to be referred to the Vaccine Data Resolution Service.

Unfortunately, this will not help those who were vaccinated abroad whose records do not yet appear on the NHS app. GP practices are assured that a process is being worked on to enable vaccines administered abroad to appear in NHS records as proof of vaccination.

For all vaccine queries, please call 119, please do not call your GP Practice

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