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Community pharmacy BOOSTER COVID-19 vaccination service

Community pharmacy BOOSTER COVID-19 vaccination service

The majority of Community Pharmacies are able to provide the Moderna COVID-19 booster to those who are eligible.

Those currently able to access a Moderna  booster vaccination via community pharmacy are:

  • Those aged 18 years and over for whom it has been at least 3 months since their primary vaccination course has been completed.
  • Carers (aged 18 years or over)
  • Those who are severely immunosuppressed* (aged 18 years or over) can now get a booster from 3 months after completion of their primary vaccination course
  • Those who are severely immunosuppressed* (aged 18 years or over) can now get a booster from 3 months after completion of their primary vaccination course. Those eligible for a Spring Booster can get this as long as three months have passed since last dose.

*Please note you will have received a letter, i.e., from trust or GP, and you will be required to evidence this to the pharmacy.

You must have completed your primary COVID-19 vaccination course (for most people this is 2 doses) before getting the booster vaccination.

If you are pregnant and would like more advice about vaccinations for pregnant women, please see Frequently Asked Questions.

You can find pharmacies that are offering the Moderna COVID-19 BOOSTER on this interactive map:

For those individuals assessed by a GP or Trust clinician as requiring an AstraZeneca Booster for clinical reasons, you will have received a letter from your GP or Trust Clinician and you must present this to the pharmacist. Those pharmacies offering AstraZeneca primary vaccinations are facilitating AstraZeneca booster vaccinations.