Last updated: 9 August 2023
Vaccines protect you and those around you by making it harder for the disease to spread. They protect people who cannot get vaccinated and help against life-threatening outbreaks.
- Check that you and any children in your household have had all the necessary vaccinations. You can check this through the NHS vaccination checklist or vaccinations schedule.
- If you missed any vaccinations during the pandemic, please book an appointment with your GP to catch up.
- For children starting school in September, make sure their vaccinations are up to date.
If the person needing vaccination has coronavirus symptoms, you must reschedule any GP appointments booked.