No appointment is necessary for this age group in Nottinghamshire.
Amanda Sullivan, Chief Accountable Officer for the ICS Nottinghamshire announced at a media briefing today Friday 21 May that no appointment is necessary for the first dose vaccine for those in the age group 40-49 years of age or older.
Vaccination centres are open seven days per week from 8 am to 8pm.
Other vaccination information below:
Where can you get vaccinated?
We are delivering the vaccine in Hospital Hubs and Local Vaccination Services across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. We also have a larger scale vaccination centre in Mansfield.
Our hospital hubs are: Queen’s Medical Centre, City Hospital and King’s Mill Hospital.
Our local vaccination services are:
Ashfield Health Village
Boots in Beeston
Boots in Newark
Boots in Nottingham Victoria Centre
Cripps Health Centre
Forest Recreation Ground
Gamston Community Centre
Jaysons Pharmacy in Wollaton
King’s Meadow Campus
Richard Herrod Centre
Rolls Royce Leisure in Hucknall (pharmacy-led site)
The Riverside in Bulwell (pharmacy-led site)
The Towers in Mansfield (pharmacy-led site)
The Village Hotel in Beeston (pharmacy-led site)
Book these sites via the National Booking Service or call 119.
If you are aged between 40-49 and have not yet had your first Covid-19 vaccination dose, walk in appointments are now available between 8am – 8pm at:
- Forest Recreation Ground
- King’s Meadow Campus
- Gamston Community Centre
- Ashfield Health Village
- Newark Showground
- Richard Herrod Centre
- Mansfield Vaccination Centre (former Wickes site)
We have a number of pop-up Covid-19 vaccination clinics across our city and county.
AlQuba Mosque – FiveWays Centre (Sherwood):Book here.
As-Shifa Mosque (Bobbers Mill): Book here.
Queens Walk Community Centre, RCCG Covenant Restoration Assembly, Afro Caribbean National Artistic Centre: Book here.
GP-led pop-up clinics: You will be contacted directly to book at GP practices.
Covid-19 vaccination bus
A mobile vaccination bus is offering the Covid-19 vaccine to people in Nottingham to help drive uptake amongst eligible groups. The bus will travel around areas of the city initially before moving to areas in the county. For further information, and to book a vaccination appointment on the bus, click here.
How will you be contacted for vaccination?
There are a number of different ways you could be contacted in order to receive a vaccination:
1. Local hospital services – you might be contacted either to have the vaccine as an inpatient or at an outpatient appointment.
2. Local vaccination services – practices in your area are working together to contact and offer the vaccine to as many people as possible. This may be at a different surgery than you usually go to, or at a venue we have set up specially to deliver vaccines.
3. Through your care home – GPs and their teams are also arranging to vaccinate care home residents directly, in their homes.
4. A letter from the NHS Covid-19 Vaccination Booking Service to book online or by phone. Booking through this service will give you the option of having the vaccine at a large-scale Vaccination Centre, or potentially a community pharmacy depending on whether these are available locally. The public will only receive a letter from the NHS Covid-19 Vaccination Booking Service if they live within a 45 minute drive from one of these sites. Our nearest site is the Wickes site in Mansfield. It is also important to note that should a person receive a national letter, they can wait for their local letter if that is more convenient.