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COVID-19 Vaccination

Vaccinations against COVID-19 are now rolling out across Nottingham. The programme is now vaccinating people over 40, the clinically extremely vulnerable, carers, adults who are immunosuppressed and their household contacts and frontline health care and care workers. If you are in one of these categories you can now book a vaccination, please find the links in the content sections below.

See the latest government advice for adults living with other adults who are immunosuppressed here.

COVID-19 Vaccination information in British Sign Language can be found here.

Booking your vaccination

Over 40s

If you are over 40, book your vaccination here

or book by calling 0115 883 4640.

Clinically Vulnerable, Carers & Immunosuppressed Household Contacts

If you are classed as clinically vulnerable, a carer or are immunosuppressed or a household contact of someone who is immunosuppressed, book your vaccination here

or book by calling 0115 883 4640.

Frontline Health & Social Care staff

If you are frontline health and social care staff, book your vaccination here

or book by calling 0115 883 4640.

Housebound Residents

Housebound residents will receive a Covid-19 vaccine within their own home or place of residence. A special ‘roving team’ of vaccinators is delivering the service to housebound residents.

Those who are housebound will have been identified by their registered GP. You can read more about the COVID-19 vaccinations for housebound residents here.

Any housebound resident who has not received a letter can call the vaccination booking line on 0115 883 4640 between 8am – 6pm (Mon – Fri) or 9am – 1pm (Sat – Sun).

Vaccination Bus

The roving vaccination bus continues to serve communities in Nottingham, appointments can be booked online here:

Vaccination centres

Vaccinations can be booked at venues across the city:

  • Nottingham City Hospital
  • Queen’s Medical Centre
  • Cripps Medical Centre
  • King’s Meadow Campus on Lenton Lane
  • The Forest Recreation Ground.

For more information on the vaccine and help guides head over to the Nottingham City Council website.

African and Caribbean Communities

A series of vaccination clinics are being held in community venues to ensure those among the African and Caribbean population feel safe and comfortable in the city. Nottingham City Council have been working with the NHS to create special ‘pop-up’ clinics at different times.

Vaccination appointments can be booked using this link:

Vaccination for unpaid carers

Unpaid carers are now being invited to receive their first COVID-19 vaccination, providing they:

  • Are eligible for a carer’s allowance
  • Are identified as a primary carer by their GP
  • Are receiving support following a carer’s assessment by their local council or from a local carer’s organisation
  • Are the sole or primary carer who provides close personal care or face to face support for an elderly or disabled person who is clinically vulnerable to COVID-19.

If you fall into any of the above categories and would like to book your vaccination appointment, you can do this here -

Carers will be contacted in phases, starting with those carers already known to health and social care services. Those who are identified as a primary carer on their GP’s register or eligible for a carer’s allowance will be invited first, followed by those who have had a statutory carer’s assessment by their local council or are receiving support from a local carers organisation.

All eligible unpaid carers will be contacted by the NHS when it’s their turn to receive the vaccine and will be given information about how they should book their appointment. This will either be at a vaccination site in their local community supported by their GP practice, or at a large vaccination centre.

For more information on vaccination for carers, please download the vaccine help pack from The Department of Health & Social Care.

Carers in both Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County can register with the Nottinghamshire Carers Hub by calling or 0115 824 8824 or by email: which provides free, confidential and personalised information, advice and support for carers of all ages including telephone and online support.

The County Council is supporting health partners by managing requests for information and assistance related to the vaccine rollout for county and city residents. If you have any questions, please contact or call 0300 500 80 80.

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