The rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination programme began in winter 2020, with the vaccine first being made available to individuals considered most vulnerable to the virus. It has since been gradually offered to all people aged five years plus including booster jabs for those eligible.
From hospitals and pharmacies to clinics in fire stations, libraries and shopping centres, the programme has been based in numerous different locations across the patch to help make accessing the vaccine as easy as possible. However, without the amazing teams and volunteers who have stepped up to support, none of it would have been possible.
As of mid-June 2022, over 45 million eligible people (around 93% of the total population) in England have received at least one dose of the vaccine. In Hampshire and Isle of Wight we are proud of the role we have played in the largest vaccination programme ever seen in NHS history and have so far delivered over four million doses of the vaccine.
Getting vaccinated still remains one of the best ways we can protect ourselves and those around us from this virus and you can find information on vaccination clinics across Hampshire and Isle of Wight here.
In this section of our website, you can also find out the latest information on the programme including frequently asked questions.
Where can I get more information on getting vaccinated?
The Hampshire and Isle of Wight COVID-19 Vaccination Helpline can help you with finding your nearest clinics, getting information in other languages such as Polish, Arabic, Chinese, Bengali and more, as well as sharing the latest information on eligibility.
You can contact the helpline on 0300 561 0018 from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and 9am to 1pm at weekends.