Information from Black Country and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group (BCWB CCG)

Who can get vaccinated?

A full list of who can get vaccinated is available on the NHS website. It includes:

If you are 18 and over, and have had your first COVID-19 vaccine then your second dose is due eight weeks after your first. 

Children aged 12-15 years - will be offered one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Some children who have a condition that means they’re at high risk from COVID-19, or live with someone who is likely to get infections - will be contacted when it's their turn to get the vaccine and will be offered a second dose. Read more about the vaccine and children and young people here.

Booster vaccinations - The NHS is offering a booster vaccine to people most at risk of COVID-19 who have already had two doses of the vaccine. The NHS will contact people when it is their turn for the booster. 

You can find local vaccination services below, or go straight ahead and book your COVID-19 vaccine here.

If you are 18 years and over, and have had your first COVID-19 vaccine then your second dose is due eight weeks after your first.

You can find local vaccination services below, or go straight ahead and book your COVID-19 vaccine here.

Where can I get vaccinated?

You can book your vaccine on the National Booking Service - if you cannot use this online service, please call them instead on 119.

Please see the list of available locations here, separated by local area - a range of Walk-In sites and where you can book online/call.

        Public Health Birmingham: Vaccine Toolkit

        The toolkit has been created to help answer any questions or concerns the public may have about getting their vaccine and covers the following:

        • What are vaccines?
        • Vaccine safety
        • Vaccine & religion
        • Booking appointments and what to expect
        • Side effects
        • Tackling misinformation
        • Quotes across the community
        • Latest updates

        View all collated resources and information on the vaccination programme here.