The NHS is vaccinating people against coronavirus (Covid-19) across the country.
The vaccination is available to everyone aged 18 and over. You can either book your vaccine through the NHS website or attend one of the many walk-in clinics around the county.
Walk-in vaccination clinics
Pop-up clinics are operating across the county. You do not need an appointment and you do not need to be registered with a GP practice or have an NHS number to attend.
North Yorkshire is covered by three NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG), you can attend any walk-in clinic, even if you live in an area covered by a different CCG.
- Walk-in vaccination clinics in the North Yorkshire CCG area
- Walk-in vaccination clinics in the Bradford and Craven CCG area
- Walk-in vaccination clinics in the Vale of York CCG area
Book a vaccination
If you don't want to attend a walk-in clinic you can book an appointment at a vaccination centre or pharmacy. You do not need to wait to be contacted by the NHS.
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Transport to appointments
If you need transport please ask family, friends or neighbours if they can help. The national guidance on car sharing provides advice on how to do this safely and the current national restrictions allow exemptions for household mixing for medical purposes.
Public transport or local taxi firms may be an option and are all aware of government covid-safe guidance. Your local community transport scheme, which is run by volunteers, might also be able to help.
If you don’t have family, friends or neighbours who can help and public transport, taxis and community transport schemes are not an option, please contact your local community support organisation and explain the situation. We will work with them to find a solution. Find out more on our help for you during coronavirus page.