Covid-19 vaccines are safe and effective. They give you the best protection against Covid-19.
- Everyone aged five and older can get a first and second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine
- People aged 16 and older, and some children aged 12 to 15, can also get a booster dose
- People aged 12 and older who had a severely weakened immune system when they had their first two doses, will be offered a third dose and a booster (fourth dose)
- People aged 75 and older, people who live in care homes for older people, and people aged 12 and over who have a weakened immune system, will be offered a spring booster
You can book in for a Covid-19 vaccine through the NHS website, by calling 119, or by using a walk-in vaccination centre. Vaccines are provided at mass vaccination sites, community pharmacies, walk-in centres including the Wokingham Library, and the Health on the Move vaccination bus when it is here in the Borough.
You do not need to be registered with a GP, show your immigration status, or have an NHS number to get the vaccine. If you cannot find your NHS number, contact your local GP surgery, or attend a walk-in centre to get your vaccine.
Walk-in vaccine centre at Wokingham Library
There is a dedicated Covid-19 vaccine centre at Wokingham Library (Denmark Street, Wokingham, RG40 2BB) to help make access to the vaccine easier for residents.
There will be a regular review of the site to understand needs, so we are encouraging residents to make good use of the facility. It will next be open on the following dates:
- Friday 24 June (9.30am-4.30pm) - spring boosters for over 75s and immunosuppressed people, second (if Moderna was the first dose) and booster doses for over 18s (Moderna)
- Saturday 25 June (9.30am-4.30pm) - spring boosters for over 75s and immunosuppressed people, second (if Moderna was the first dose) and booster doses for over 18s (Moderna)
- Sunday 26 June (10.30am-4.30pm) - First doses for 5-11 year olds (Pfizer)
We recommend that you book an appointment in advance through the National Booking Service or by calling 119, but you can also just walk-in. Please bring your NHS number if you have it, and wear a face covering.
Visitors travelling by car can park at Denmark Street Car Park, and more parking options are available across the town. Usual fees apply.
The rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine is being delivered by the NHS. We are not responsible for running the vaccination programme, though we are offering support in any practical way we can.
If you have other questions, please email our Covid vaccine support team on email@example.com
Beware of scams
We are aware that some people are receiving suspicious calls, phishing emails and text messages about Covid-19. The vaccine is only available through the NHS and it is free of charge - at no point will you be asked to pay.
- The NHS will never ask you for your bank account or card details
- The NHS will never ask you for your PIN or banking password
- The NHS will never arrive unannounced at your home to administer the vaccine or testing
- The NHS will never ask you to prove your identity by sending copies of personal documents such as your passport, driving licence, bills or pay slips
If you receive a call you believe to be fraudulent, hang up. If you are suspicious about an email you have received, forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Suspicious text messages should be forwarded to the number 7726 which is free of charge.
If you believe you are the victim of a fraud, please report this to Action Fraud as soon as possible by calling 0300 123 2040 or visiting the Action Fraud website.
- Vaccine data on a local and national level can be found on the Gov.uk website