Where can I get my booster vaccination? Vaccination sites across North Yorkshire

There are various vaccination centres across North Yorkshire for you to get your COVID-19 booster vaccine, once you’re eligible.
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COVID-19 booster vaccines were first introduced in September this year to people from eligible groups.

The campaign was organised in a chronological way so that the highest priority groups received the jab first.

But since the Omicron variant was first identified in the UK, the government decided to speed up the process.

It was announced that the government would be administering the vaccine to adults over the age of 18.

There are various vaccination sites and centres in North Yorkshire that are providing the COVID-19 booster jabs to those who are eligible via the NHS National Booking Service.

Hambleton District

Old Grammar School, Grammar School Lane, Northallerton

It must be at least three months since you had your second vaccine dose and you must be free of COVID symptoms.

Everyone over the age of 12: 

  • Thursday 6 January and Friday 7 January: 8am-6pm
  • Then every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday throughout January: 8am-6pm
     

Harrogate District

Ripon Racecourse 

It must be at least three months since you had your second vaccine dose and you must be free of COVID symptoms.

Everyone over the age of 12

  • 8 January: 8:30am-12.30pm and 1pm- 5pm

  • 22 January: 8:30am-12.30pm and 1pm–5pm

  • 29 January: 8:30am-12.30pm and 1pm–5pm

Yorkshire Event Centre

It must be at least three months since you had your second vaccine dose and you must be free of COVID symptoms.

Everyone over the age of 12

  • Saturday 8 January: 9am-4:30pm

  • Sunday 9 January: 9am-4:30pm (funtil 12:30pm only for 12-15 year olds)

More dates for anyone over the age of 12: 

Weekday times: 11:30am-3:30pm and 4pm-8pm
Weekend times: 8:30am-12:30pm and 1pm-5pm

  • Wednesday 12 January

  • Saturday 15 January

  • Sunday 16 January

  • Thursday 20 January

  • Friday 21 January

  • Saturday 22 January

  • Tuesday 25 January

  • Saturday 29 January

  • Sunday 30 January

  • Wednesday 2 February

  • Saturday 5 February

  • Sunday 6 February

  • Monday 10 February

  • Friday 11 February

  • Saturday 12 February

  • Wednesday 16 February

  • Saturday 19 February

  • Sunday 20 February

  • Tuesday 22 February

  • Friday 25 February

  • Saturday 26 February

Homecare Pharmacy site, Chain Lane Community Hub, Knaresborough

It must be at least three months since you had your second vaccine dose and you must be free of COVID symptoms.

Anyone over the age of 16:

  • Tuesday 4 January: 8am-6pm

Anyone aged 12 and over: 

  • Every Wednesday to Saturday in January: 8am-5:30pm (slots for ages 12 to 15 between 3:30pm and 5:30pm

12-15 only:

  • Every Sunday in January: 8am-5:30pm

Harrogate District Hospital

Appointments are only available for booking via the NHS National Booking Service.

 

Richmondshire District

Tennants Auctioneers, Leyburn

No pre-booking required. First, second and booster second doses for anyone over the age of 12. Eight weeks for a second dose (12 weeks for under 16s), 12 weeks for a booster. You must be free of COVID symptoms.

Everyone over the age of 12: 

  • Friday 7 January: 8:30am-5pm

  • Wednesday 12 January: 8:30am-5pm

  • Friday 14 January: 8:30am-5pm

  • Saturday 15 January: 8:30am-5pm

  • Wednesday 19 January: 8:30am-5pm

  • Friday 21 January: 8:30am-5pm

  • Saturday 22 January: 8:30am-8:30pm

  • Wednesday 26 January: 8:30am-5pm

  • Friday 28 January: 8:30am-5pm

  • Saturday 29 January: 8:30am-7pm
     

Scarborough and Filey District

Scarborough Rugby Club

You must be free of symptoms. Booster doses can be given from three months after a second jab.

First, second and booster doses for all ages:

  • Saturday 8 January: 9am-12pm

  • Thursday 20 January: 3pm-7pm 

  • Thursday 27 January: 3pm-7pm

First second and booster doses for over 16s only:

  • Tuesday 11 January: 3pm-6:30pm

  • Thursday 13 January 3pm-6:30pm

Jabs for 12-15 year olds only: 

  • Sunday 9 January: 1pm-4pm

Brunswick Centre

You must be free of symptoms. Booster doses can be given from three months after a second jab.

Everyone over 12 years old: 

  • Monday 10 January: 10am5pm

  • Tuesday 11 January: 10am-5pm

  • Wednesday 12 January: 10am-5pm

  • Thursday 13 January: 10am-5pm

  • Friday 14 January 10am-5pm

Eastfield Medical Centre

You must be free of symptoms. Booster doses can be given from three months after a second jab.

First, second and booster doses for everyone over the age of 12: 

  • Friday 7 January: 8:30am-1:45pm

  • Wednesday 12 January: 9am-1:10pm

  • Friday 14 January: 8:30am-1:45pm

  • Wednesday 19 January: 2:30pm-6pm

  • Friday 21 January: 8:30am-1:45pm
     

Whitby

Whitby Group Practice, Springvale Medical Centre

8 and 15 January: 9am - 1pm:

  • 5–11 years old in a clinical risk group or who are household contact of someone who is immunosuppressed require two paediatric doses eight weeks apart.
  • 12 years and over who are severely immunosuppressed need 1st, 2nd, 3rd dose and a booster. 1st, 2nd and 3rd doses need to be eight weeks apart and the booster needs to be three months after having the 3rd dose.
  • 12–15 year olds living with someone who is immunocompromised require 1st and 2nd doses eight weeks apart and a booster three months after having the second dose.
  • 12–15 year olds with an underlying condition require 1st and 2nd doses at least eight weeks apart and then a booster three months after having their 2nd dose.
  • 12–15 year olds with no underlying conditions require 1st and 2nd doses which should be 12 weeks apart.
  • 16 and 17 year olds in an at risk group need two vaccines at least eight weeks apart and then a booster three months after having their 2nd dose.
  • 16 and 17 year olds not in an at risk group need 1st and 2nd doses 12 weeks apart and then a booster three months after having their 2nd dose.
  • 18 years and over require 1st and 2nd doses at least eight weeks apart and then a booster three months after having the 2nd dose.
     

Bradford and Craven District

Find out where you can access a walk-in site across Bradford and Craven by visiting the CCG website.

Vale of York 

Find out where you can access a walk-in site in York by visiting the CCG website

*This information is subject to change and we recommend checking the North Yorkshire CCG website for further information, 

Available appointments at all vaccination sites are determined by the maximum number of vaccines the site can deliver as well as supply. For this reason, once available appointments have been distributed, the site will not show up on the National Booking Service system until more appointments are available to be filled.

If you are eligible, you can book your vaccine booster either on the NHS website or by calling 119.

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