Have you had your Covid booster? Get yours today

Getting the Covid vaccine is the best way of protecting you and your family and friends from illness.  

If you haven’t had any of your Covid vaccines yet, it’s not too late. If you’ve had your first and second dose it’s really important to get your booster as soon as you’re eligible, so you’ve got the best possible protection against Covid-19. 

Book an appointment online or over the phone  

You can book online or by calling 119 for an appointment at Churchill Square, Brighton Racecourse or some of the pharmacies in the city.   

Visit a walk-in session that works for you 

There are walk-in sessions available every day across the city. There’s no need to book, just turn up. In most cases now there shouldn’t be much of a wait.  

Every day  

8.30am-7.30pm Churchill Square Vaccination Centre (former Topshop store), Russell Place, Brighton, BN1 2RG  

Thursday 10 February 

10.30am-2.30pm Outside Hove Polyclinic, Nevill Avenue, Hove, BN3 7HY 

Friday 11 February 

10.30am-2.30pm St Peter’s Church, York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU 

12noon-3pm BMECP Centre, Brighton, BN1 4ZE 

Saturday 12 February 

10.30am-2.30pm Rainbow Hub, St James' Street

10.30am-2.30pm Wellsbourne Healthcare CIC, Whitehawk Road, Brighton, BN2 5FL 

Sunday 13 February 

9am-3pm Brighton Racecourse, Freshfield Road, Brighton, BN2 9XZ 

1-5pm The Bevy, 50 Hillside, Moulsecoomb, Brighton, BN2 4TF 

Monday 14 February  

10.30am-2.30pm Asda, Brighton Marina

11.15am-3pm Brighton Racecourse, Freshfield Road, Brighton, BN2 9XZ 

Tuesday 15 February 

11am-4pm Newhaven Youth Centre, Denton Island, Newhaven, BN9 9BA 

Wednesday 16 February 

5pm-9pm Tesco Superstore, Church Road, Hove, BN3 2DL 

New sessions are added each week. Please check the Sussex Health & Care Partnership website for the latest list of times and dates.  

Who can attend and what you need to bring  

All sessions are offering first, second and booster doses and are open to everyone aged 16 or over who is eligible for a vaccine.   

When to get your follow up vaccines:  

  • 2nd dose: 12-17 years at 12 weeks from 1st vaccine, 18 years and over at 8 weeks from 1st vaccine 
  • Booster vaccine: everyone aged 16 and above is eligible 3 months (91 days) from your 2nd vaccine and can pre-book an appointment from 2 months (61 days) 

No NHS number or ID is required but it does speed things up if you do have your NHS number with you.  

Overseas visitors to England, including anyone living in the UK without permission, can also get the COVID-19 vaccine for free. 

Vaccinations for 12 to 15-year-olds at Churchill Square    

Young people aged 12 to 15 attending with their parent or carer can get their first and second vaccinations at Churchill Square vaccination centre, or through their school.  

Appointments can be booked online or by calling 119. Parents and carers must come along with 12 to15-year-olds to Churchill square to give consent at the appointment.  

If you’re under 18 years old and at high risk from COVID-19, you’re eligible for a second dose from 8 weeks after your first dose. The National Booking Service will only offer appointments from 12 weeks after your first dose. To get your second dose from 8 weeks, please take a letter from a GP that says you’re eligible for a second dose from 8 weeks.  

Free parking or transport  

One-hour free parking is available for anyone getting a vaccine at Churchill Square. To claim your free hour please use the orange car park on Regency Road East. You will need to take a ticket and then provide proof of your vaccination appointment to the security officer, who will validate your ticket.  

There is also free parking at Brighton Racecourse when you get your vaccine there.   

A free transport service is available to help people who do not have the means to travel to their vaccination appointment and need help to get there and back. To book, phone 01444 275 008 from 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm, Monday to Friday.  

More information  

If you have any questions about the Sussex COVID-19 vaccination programme:  

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