COVID-19 vaccinations

Anyone aged 12 and over in England can now get the Covid-19 vaccine. 

Healthy school-aged children aged 12 to 15 will primarily receive their Covid-19 vaccination in their school. A guide that explains the vaccination programme for eligible children and young people is available online.

Vaccination healthcare staff will require parental, guardian or carer consent in line with existing school vaccination programmes.

The NHS Booster Vaccination programme has started. Those eligible for a booster jab include over 50s, front line health and social care workers, adult carers, and those aged 16 – 49 years with underlying health conditions. Find out more on the NHS website.

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG

We are working with partners in the NHS and other agencies to support the vaccination programme in Nottinghamshire.

For the latest information on the vaccination programme visit the NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG website.

If there are any questions about the vaccine roll out that are not answered by the information online, please contact

The public has an important part to play to help the swift roll out of the vaccine. In order to do this:

  • please attend your booked appointments
  • and please continue to follow all the guidance to control the virus and save lives.

Thinking about your vaccine, but not sure?

This video may help give you more information to decide:

The COVID-19 vaccination does not affect your fertility. Hear from Dr Gayatri Amithalingam in the video below to learn more.

Vaccination roll out for frontline social care staff

If you are a provider of frontline social care services and you want to know how to get your staff vaccinated please contact Iain Macmillan, our designated County Council lead for the vaccination roll out on 0300 500 8080.

Alternatively, you can complete a short enquiry form with details about your organisation and frontline staff needing to be vaccinated and someone from the vaccination team will get back to you.

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