Everyone age 5 and over is eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.
Get the most up to date information about Isle of Wight vaccinations, including the booster, from this NHS website.
Children age 5 to 11
All children age 5 to 11 are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination.
Children with certain health conditions and who are at a higher risk from COVID-19, should have already been invited for vaccination. For more information on these health conditions, please read this guide, or talk to your specialist or GP.
Find your nearest vaccination centre by:
- using the NHS website,
- calling 119
- calling the Hampshire and Isle of Wight COVID-19 helpline on 0300 561 0018. This can help you find and book slots or direct you to your nearest walk-in.
The Spring Booster vaccination is now available for:
- adults aged 75 years and over
- residents in care homes for older adults
- individuals aged 12 years and over who have a weakened immune system
If you’re over 75 and it’s been 6 months since your last vaccine you should be contacted shortly to book your booster or attend the walk-in at Riverside Centre.
A booster dose of the vaccine is available for everyone aged 16 and over, and some children aged 12 to 15, who have had 2 doses of the vaccine at least 3 months ago. Find out who can get the booster.
First or second doses
People aged 5 and over can get a 1st and 2nd dose of a vaccine.
- If you are aged 18 and over you can go to a walk-in clinic, call 119 or book your vaccination online
- If you are aged 16 or 17 you can book your vaccination online or go to a walk-in clinic.
Here’s a guide for young people about vaccinations.
- Children aged 12-15 can be vaccinated by booking online or going to a walk-in.
If you need help making a decision for your child, you can read more on the government website. There is a list of useful information on this NHS website.
This Google Map shows the sites of the vaccination clinics on the Island and in Hampshire.
Read more about the COVID-19 vaccination on the NHS website.