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Covid-19 vaccinations

Find out how and where to get the Covid-19 vaccine in Islington, as well as support and other factual information

The vaccine is the best way to protect ourselves and others from Covid-19. All the different types of vaccine have undergone the same rigorous tests as all other medicines to ensure they are safe. They have all been approved by the independent Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

Take a look at the local NHS website for answers to frequently asked questions about the vaccine. Go to the NHS website to see the full list of who is currently eligible to book the vaccine.

How and where to get vaccinated

Walk-in clinics

Partners in health services are busy putting plans in place, following recent announcements of change in eligibility. In the meantime, if you have children aged 12 to 15, please do not call your GP to ask when they will get an appointment, as they will be in touch with you. 

Go to the local NHS website to see where you can get vaccinated without an appointment.

Find a walk-in clinic

Book an appointment 

If you have received a text message from your GP, you can click on the link to book. 

If you are registered with a GP, the easiest way to book an appointment is to book on the NHS online booking system or by calling 119.

Book on the NHS online booking system 

You will need your NHS number to book on the system. If you do not know it, it is easy to find out using the NHS website

If you have received a text message from your GP, you can click on the link to book. 

If you are not registered with a GP, you can register on the NHS website. It is free to register with a GP and you will not be asked for proof of your identification, address or immigration status.

If you do not have a NHS number, you can complete the online form to register for a Covid-19 vaccination on the NHS's website

Vaccination centres near you

To help make it easier for residents in areas where we know a lot of people have yet to be vaccinated with their first dose, we're providing local community pop-up clinics throughout the summer to make it easier for people to access the vaccine. 

You can get your first and second dose of the vaccine at these clinics. Please note you can only get your second dose if your first dose was at least 8 weeks ago. 16 and 17 year olds are currently being offered one dose only, as will 12 to 15 year olds who are not at high risk. 

You are welcome to bring your children to these local clinics while you have your vaccine.

King Square Community Centre:

King Square Community Centre, Blackwell House, Pankhurst Terrace, London EC1V 8DY.

  • Monday to Saturday: 9.30am-12pm and 2.30-5pm.

For walk-in and appointments. Pfizer available for 16+.

Book an appointment at

West Library:

107 Bridgeman Rd, London N1 1BD 

  • Monday 20 to Saturday 25 September: 9.30am-6.25pm
  • Monday 27 to Thursday 30 September: 9.30am-6.25pm

Walk-in clinic, Pfizer, first and second doses. For everyone aged 16+.

Bidborough House

Bidborough House, Bidborough Street, London WC1H 9BT.

The entrance for the vaccination centre is at Mabledon Place, off Euston Road. 

Book an appointment for a first or second dose.  Pfizer available for 16+.

Visit the University College London Hospitals (UCLH) website for more information. 

More information

If you have any queries about the vaccine, please speak to your GP or you can come along to a local pop-up clinic (see below) to ask questions, with no obligation to have your jab. 

Please note you will never be asked for money or your bank details to get a vaccine.

For more info and advice call We are Islington on 020 7527 8222.  

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