Walk-in and get your Covid autumn booster in Brighton & Hove

COVID-19 is still with us and people can still become very ill. Vaccines are highly effective in preventing hospital admission and serious illness, but protection wears off over time.

Autumn boosters are available to those most at risk to boost their protection. This includes those who are: aged 50 or over, pregnant, a frontline health or care worker, at high risk from COVID-19, or who live with or care for people at risk.

Having your booster will ensure you continue to have the best protection against coronavirus through the winter months. If you're eligible, you should get yours as soon as possible.

As well as protecting you and the people around you, vaccination also helps the NHS by reducing the number of people that are likely to get seriously ill from catching a virus and needing to go to hospital.

Book your autumn booster

It’s easy to get your Covid autumn booster in Brighton & Hove.

You can book your vaccination online at www.nhs.uk/covid-booster or call 119.

There’s currently plenty of appointments available locally at Brighton Racecourse, Hove Town Hall and some pharmacies in the city. If you cannot find a time that suits you, please keep checking as more appointments are added every day.

You can also call the local vaccine hub on 0300 303 8060.

Walk in and get your autumn booster

You can also now walk-in and get your autumn booster vaccine, without an appointment on:

  • Friday 25 November: 10.30am-2.30pm St Peter's Church 
  • Saturday 26 November: 11am-3pm Hove Town Hall
  • Sunday 27 November: 11am-3pm Hove Town Hall
  • Sunday 27 November: 11am-1pm Rottingdean Whiteway Centre
  • Tuesday 29 November: 12noon-6pm Brighton Racecourse
  • Wednesday 30 November: 10.30am-2.30pm Tesco Superstore Hove
  • Thursday 1 December: 10.30am-2.30pm Outside Hove Polyclinic  
  • Thursday 1 December: 11am-2.30pm Brighton Racecourse
  • Friday 2 December: 10am-4pm Brighton Racecourse
  • Friday 2 December: 10.30am-2.30pm St Peter's Church 
  • Saturday 3 December: 1.30-5pm Brighton Racecourse

1st and 2nd vaccines are still available

If you’ve not yet had your 1st or 2nd COVID-19 vaccine – you can still get your vaccine at one of the walk-in Covid vaccination sessions.

Questions about getting a vaccine

If you have any concerns or issues getting your vaccination, you can speak to the local vaccine team.

Call 0300 303 8060 or email here.rovingpatients@nhs.net

Get your free flu jab

The NHS is offering a free flu vaccination to anyone more at risk. This includes older adults, many children and those with an underlying health condition or that care for them.

You should book an appointment through your GP or at a pharmacy that offers the flu vaccine.

More information

Please check the Sussex Health and Care website for the latest information about Covid and flu vaccinations.

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