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Everyone aged 12 and over is now being offered the COVID-19 vaccine. If you have any questions relating to the vaccine, the NHS website has more information. This includes information on booking your vaccination appointment.
We would strongly encourage all students to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
Students registered with a GP can book their appointment at a larger vaccination centre, a community pharmacy run site or at some GP run sites through the National Booking Service website or by phoning 119. Those who are registered with a GP will also receive an invitation to be vaccinated from their GP practice.
While registration with a GP is encouraged to access the vaccine, individuals can request to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments as an unregistered patient through a local GP practice.
Walk-in COVID-19 vaccination sites To find a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site anywhere across the country, visit the NHS website and enter your postcode. You don’t have to be registered with a GP or bring any ID. This offer is also available to international students studying in England, regardless of nationality or immigration status. If you are unable to attend one of the clinics, you can book your vaccine by contacting 119 or visiting the National Booking System. You don’t need to have your vaccinations in the same place. You can arrange your second dose through the booking service or by going to a local walk-in clinic eight weeks after your first dose. Further information
For any other more general questions you may have relating to COVID-19, the Office for Students has a student guide to Coronavirus, covering everything from testing and travelling to financial support and wellbeing resources.
At the University, we have our dedicated COVID-19 email address firstname.lastname@example.org for any further questions. Please also continue to check these webpages.
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