Vaccination programme

The NHS is doing an excellent job at getting the coronavirus vaccine rolled out. The vaccine has been delivered in hundreds of hospital hubs, local GP-led services and care homes, at the same time as providing care to all those who need it and the rising number of coronavirus cases.

The NHS will continue to increase its capacity to deliver the vaccine with additional local vaccination services, hospital hubs and vaccination centres coming online over the coming weeks.

Further information about the vaccine and what to expect can be found on the NHS website.

When will I receive my vaccine?

Anyone who is 18 or over can now book their coronavirus vaccination.

You can now go online to the national NHS booking service and make an appointment for your coronavirus vaccine.

The UK Government's coronavirus vaccines programme, details how the government will work with the NHS, devolved administrations, local councils and the armed forces to deliver the largest vaccination programme in British history.

What should I do while I wait for my vaccine?

You have an important part to play in this, please:

  • attend your booked appointments
  • continue to follow all the guidance to control the virus and save lives

NHS staff are doing an incredible job to deliver what it is the largest vaccination programme in our history, at the same time as continuing to be there for everyone who needs care.

Don't fall victim to a vaccine scam

There have been reports of scams circulating relating to the vaccination, please remember the following:

  • the vaccine is free of charge
  • the NHS will never ask you for your bank account or card details
  • the NHS will never ask you for your PIN or banking password
  • the NHS will never arrive unannounced to your home to administer the vaccine
  • the NHS will never ask you to prove your identity by sending copies of personal documents such as your passport, driving licence, bills or pay slips
  • if you receive a call you believe to be fraudulent, hang up.
  • if you are suspicious about an email you have received, forward it to
  • suspicious text messages should be forwarded to the number 7726, which is free of charge
  • if you believe you are the victim of a fraud, please report this to Action Fraud as soon as possible by calling 0300 123 2040 or visiting

A leaflet has been created to help you identify scams and protect yourself against them.