To find out which groups are now eligible for booster vaccinations, please visit the Notts CCG website.
You can book your first or second dose vaccine or your booster jab on the NHS website or by calling 119.
NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG has put together a short film to support people with a learning disability and autistic people to get the COVID-19 vaccination, busting the myths, showing how easy it is to get your vaccination and top tips for staying safe.
You can view the video on the NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG YouTube channel.
You can find out the answers to Frequently Asked Questions relating to vaccinations on the Notts CCG website.
Booking your appointment
Visit the NHS website to book an appointment and find out more about the vaccine.
Finding a walk-in vaccination site near you
There are several sites offering COVID-19 vaccinations without an appointment, to find one near you, you can use the NHS website.
Vaccination centres in the district include:
- Boots, Stodman Street, Newark
- Well Pharmacy, Balderton
- Hawtonville Pharmacy, Newark
- Brackenhurst University Campus, Southwell
- Newark Health Centre
- Newark Showground - opening at 1pm on Monday 20 December and will operate from 9am-5pm, seven days a week.
NHS England anticipate that more sites will come online to administer boosters in the coming days, these include:
- Whistlers Pharmacy, Newark
- Evans Pharmacy, Newark
If you are housebound
Those who received their first or second dose via the roving service will receive their booster jab either from a GP doing their home visit or the Roving team. This will vary depending on the practice and residents should wait to be contacted.
If a resident has recently become housebound, they will need to contact their GP surgery to register for a home visit.
Check opening times before you go
Vaccination centre opening times are liable to change at short notice. Before you go for your vaccine check for the latest information across Nottinghamshire, visit the local NHS web page.