COVID-19 vaccine programme in Hampshire

Information about the COVID-19 vaccination programme in Hampshire

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Book your COVID-19 vaccine or booster online now

You do not need to wait to be contacted by the NHS.

If you were contacted but have not booked your appointment, it is not too late to get the vaccine. You can book anytime.

If you do not have your NHS number to hand you can still book your vaccine appointment online.

Walk in vaccinations are also available across Hampshire.

Our local NHS are providing regular, ongoing updates on their website about the COVID-19 vaccination programme in Hampshire.

The vaccines are safe and effective. They have been approved by the official UK regulator, like all other medicines
The vaccines have undergone months of careful testing, with every step properly followed. The global effort helped make this process happen more quickly
The vaccine has been tested on tens of thousands of people with different ethnic backgrounds and health conditions
There is no evidence that the vaccine affects fertility
Two doses and booster are needed for full protection
There are no animal ingredients in the vaccines
COVID-19 booster jabs are recommended for eligible people three months after their second dose

Do I have to be registered with a GP to get my COVID-19 vaccine?

People who are not registered with a GP can still get a COVID-19 vaccine. Just call 119 or book online.

Information for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities

If you are not registered with a GP or do not have a fixed address, find out more about accessing vaccinations at walk-in clinics by visiting the COVID-19 vaccination clinics website.


For translated information about COVID-19 visit the Health info Hampshire website.

How the vaccine is administered

The vaccine is given as an injection into your upper arm. You will receive two doses. People aged 18 or over should have their second dose from 8 weeks after their first dose. The booster jab will be given three months after your second dose. Most people aged 12 and over should have their second dose from 12 weeks after their first dose.

You can find out more about the vaccine on the NHS website.

After vaccination

You might still catch or spread coronavirus after your vaccine.

After the first dose, it can take a week or two to build up some protection from the virus, and people who have had the vaccine may still transmit COVID-19.

  • Consider wearing a face covering, especially in crowded or indoor spaces
  • Let fresh air indoors when possible
  • Wash or sanitise your hands regularly

This is very important if you are caring for or seeing someone who is clinically vulnerable.

Vaccine fraud

The COVID-19 vaccine is free of charge.

  • If you are contacted by anyone claiming to be from the NHS who asks for payment or a fee - or who gives you a link to a website to take payment for the vaccine - it is a scam.
  • No-one from the NHS will knock on your door unannounced.
  • You will not receive emails inviting you to click on links. If anyone approaches you in this way, or attempts to force or coerce you into handing over funds, contact Action Fraud as soon as possible by calling 0300 123 2040 or visit