Covid-19 Vaccine Roll Out

Hundreds of local vaccination services have now opened across England, with more facilities in more parts of the country joining in on a phased basis in the coming months.
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Updated 1st March 2021

The NHS is undertaking the largest vaccination programme in its history. Covid-19 vaccinations are currently being offered to people most at risk from coronavirus.

The NHS in south east London has now started vaccinating people aged 64 to 69 and those who are clinically vulnerable (moderate risk) against COVID-19. If you are in either of these categories, please wait to be contacted by the NHS.

If you are aged 64 and over, a frontline health or social care worker, a carer (you are eligible for a Carer’s Allowance) or clinically extremely vulnerable (high risk) – you can book your vaccine online at or call 119 without needing an invitation.

If you are on the learning disability register or clinically vulnerable (moderate risk) from COVID-19 please wait to be contacted by the NHS.

See the full list of priority groups here and guidance on the high and moderate risk categories here.

Please continue to follow Government guidance, wear a mask, wash hands and keep a safe distance.

For up to date information on the COVID-19 vaccination in the London Borough of Bexley, please visit  NHS South East London Clinical Commissioning Group Website.   

The website will provide you with a range of information including leaflets, the latest guidance and frequently asked questions.

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