Everyone age 12 and over is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination.
The NHS are managing the vaccination programme roll out.
Read about the vaccination programme on the Island.
- 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 as part of the in-school vaccination programme.
If you need help making a decision for your child, you can read more on the government website. It will also help you understand the consent process. There is a list of useful information on this NHS website.
Our local NHS have made this webinar to give parents more information about the COVID-19 vaccination.
- The booster programme is for people who have already had 2 doses of the vaccination. The NHS will contact you when it’s your turn for the booster. If you can only book a mainland appointment when it’s your turn, please wait and try again. Vaccination slots are updated every day.
Details of Isle of Wight walk-in vaccination clinics are on this web page. The page is updated regularly. It’s worth checking daily as things can change quickly.
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.