You can now apply for Covid vaccinations online. Just complete the online application below and we will be in contact with and appointment.

Please note:
You can apply for the Moderna  booster doses
In order to qualify for a booster dose, it must be at least 3 months since the administration of a second dose
We will email or text an appointment following an application.
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    I) after having a previous dose of the Moderna (Spikevax®) or Pfizer/BioNTech (Comirnaty®)COVID-19 vaccine, OR II) to any of the vaccine ingredients, including polyethylene glycol known as PEG? If yes, they cannot get this vaccine. If no, GO TO NEXT QUESTION.
    If yes, they cannot get the Moderna (Spikevax®) vaccine. But they can have a different vaccine. Talkto your GP. If no, GO TO NEXT QUESTION.
    I) after taking multiple different medications, with no reason known for the reaction. This maymean they are allergic to polyethylene glycol (PEG) OR II) after having a vaccine or a medicine that contains polyethylene glycol (PEG), OR III) for unexplained reasons. This may mean they are allergic to polyethylene glycol (PEG)? If yes, they cannot get this vaccine, they may need specialist advice. Talk to the vaccination team. Ifno, GO TO NEXT QUESTION.
    If yes, they can still get the vaccine, BUT, they should be observed for 30 minutes after they arevaccinated. GO TO NEXT QUESTION. If no, GO TO NEXT QUESTION.
    If yes, they cannot get this vaccine. If no, GO TO NEXT QUESTION.
    If yes, GO TO QUESTION 5b. If no, GO TO NEXT QUESTION.
    If yes, GO TO NEXT QUESTION. If no, they cannot get this vaccine.
    If yes, they should delay getting the vaccine until it has been at least 3 months from their first positivePCR test or their date of diagnosis.
    If yes, they can still get a vaccine if they have a bleeding disorder or take anticoagulation medicines.But tell their vaccinator about their condition.
    If yes, they do not need a booster dose. If no, continue to next question
    If you are pregnant the COVID-19 vaccine is recommended for you. You can get the vaccine at any stage of pregnancy.
    If you are pregnant the COVID-19 vaccine is recommended for you. You can get the vaccine at any stage of pregnancy.