COVID-19 vaccine boosters
Boosters provide an extra layer of protection to your previous vaccination and keep your immunity levels high. Booster doses use the Pfizer BA.4/5 bivalent vaccine.
Latest update — 1 May 2023
Additional booster doses
Regardless of how many boosters you have had, you can get an additional booster now if you are:
- aged 30 and over
- pregnant, and aged 16 or over
- aged 12 to 29 and at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.
Book a COVID-19 vaccination
It is free, fast and easy to book or change your appointments using the website Book My Vaccine.
Before you book, check the appointment availability map. It can show you where vaccination sites are, how soon you can get an appointment, and which vaccine types are available.
If you need help
If you have problems booking or need to change your details, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Book over the phone
The COVID-19 Vaccination Healthline is available from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.
You can ask for an interpreter if you need one.
Call: 0800 28 29 26
Getting proof of your booster
When you get a booster it is added to My Covid Record. You can then download another International Travel Vaccination Certificate or vaccination record.
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