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COVID-19 vaccinations

Find out how and where to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Merton, as well as support and other factual information.

Protect your loved ones against the virus by getting the vaccine and encourage them to book an appointment too.

The vaccine has undergone the same rigorous tests as all other medicines to ensure they are safe. Three free different options are available from the NHS. They have all been approved by the independent Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

The NHS will only give second doses of either vaccine if it has been at least 8 weeks since your first dose. Please do not ask staff to break this guidance.   

Take a look at the local NHS website for answers to frequently asked questions about the vaccine. Go to the NHS website to see the full list of who is currently eligible to book the vaccine. If you have any queries about the vaccine, please speak to your GP or you can come along to a local pop-up clinic (see below) to ask questions, with no obligation to have your jab. 

Please note you will never be asked for money or your bank details to get a vaccine.

How and where to get vaccinated

You can go to a walk-in clinic or book an appointment either online or by phone calling 119. 

Walk-in clinics

Go to the local SW London CCG to see where you can get vaccinated without an appointment. This list is regularly updated and shows which vaccine and which dose (first or second) are available at each location.

Find a walk-in clinic

Book an appointment 

If you are registered with a GP, the easiest way to book an appointment is to book on the NHS online booking system or by calling 119.

Book on the NHS online booking system 

You will need your NHS number to book on the system. If you do not know it, it is easy to find out using the NHS website

If you have received a text message from your GP, you can also click on the link to book. 

If you are not registered with a GP, you can register on the NHS website. It is free to register with a GP and you will not be asked for proof of your identification, address or immigration status.

Vaccination rates in Merton

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