Getting vaccinated is an important part of protecting ourselves, our friends, family and community from Covid-19. Current programmes have already shown that it prevents hospitalisation and saves lives.

All over 16s in the UK are now being offered the opportunity to book their two vaccine appointments which are provided free-of-charge.

You do not need to have both appointments in the same place. You are free to have one at your home address and one at your term-time address, whatever works best for you.

More information about the UK Covid-19 vaccination programme is available online.

An NHS student vaccination FAQ is also now available.

Walk-in vaccination clinics

Around the UK there are walk-in vaccination facilities that do not require pre-booking and you don’t need to have registered with a GP.

Please keep an eye on your local news websites and other media. 

Canterbury Covid-19 vaccination site

Walk-ins for the Covid-19 vaccination are currently running every week day, between 8.30-17.00 at:

Sea Cadets building
Vauxhall Road,

You can find more walk-in Covid-19 vaccination sites in Kent and Medway online.  

Students and staff can also book online via: national booking service, or by phoning 119.

The vaccine clinic is available for anyone who needs their first, second or booster vaccine.

Booking your vaccinations

You can book your Covid-19 vaccine in advance by:

  • Using the NHS vaccination booking portal to book your first, second and booster jabs at a vaccination centre.
  • Calling the NHS on 119 between 07.00 and 23.00, seven days a week (free of charge).

You can use both the above services if you will be in different locations for your first, second and booster jabs.

International students

International students are welcome to take part in the UK vaccination programme free of charge.

The NHS student vaccination FAQs online include more details for international students including how to book and how it might relate to vaccines you may receive in your home country.

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