The aim of the COVID-19 vaccination programme has been, and continues to be, the reduction of severe disease (hospitalisation and mortality) across the population, while protecting the NHS.

For any  COVID-related questions, please email us at:


Spring 2024 COVID-19  Vaccination Campaign is running until the 30th June 2024





1. Who is eligible for the 2024 COVID-19 vaccine or Spring Booster?

  • Adults aged 75 years and over.
  • Residents in a care home for older adults.
  • Individuals aged 6 months and over who have a weakened immune system

This include those who turn 65 years old by 30th June 2024 who are eligible for a vaccination at any point in the campaign. Those who are admitted to an older adult care home or become immunosuppressed by 30 June are considered eligible as well.


Immunosuppression criteria

Eligibility is outlined in Chapter 14a of the Green Book, a document published by UKHSA specifically for public health professionals. It can be a complicated document for non-experts, so we’ve listed some of the groups here:

  • Organ, bone marrow or stem cell transplant patients.
  • Those being treated with systemic steroids for more than a month.
  • Those living with HIV.
  • Those receiving immunosuppressive or immunomodulating biological therapy, including children who are about to receive therapy.
  • Those undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
  • Those who require long-term treatment for immunosuppression
  • Those with a history of haematological malignancy including chronic leukaemia, lymphomas, and leukaemia.
  • Those with genetic disorders affecting the immune system.

While this list summarises some major groups, it does not cover everything. Please check online at to see if you are eligible.

2. How do I know if I have been selected?

3. What facilities are available in our vaccination centre?

  • Step free access
  • Toilet Access
  • Wheelchair access
  • Ability to communicate by text on phones
  • Disabled street parking out front and on nearby streets

4. What information do I need when I arrive at my appointment?

  • Please bring with you, your booking reference, NHS Number, D.O.B, and it may help to bring some form of  photo ID.

5. What happens if I am late or miss my appointment?

6. How can I change my appointment?

7. Missed vaccinations

  • If you have not been vaccinated before or if you missed a previous booster, you should still go ahead – you will not need another dose.


8. How do I volunteer?

9. What if I have COVID symptoms or other illnesses?

  • Please do not enter our vaccination centre if you are experiencing any COVID-like symptoms, as you will be putting everyone at risk.

10. What if I have experienced symptoms or have had COVID recently?

  • There is no need to wait 4 weeks after having had COVID-19, provided you are well.

COVID Incubation Timeline

11. How do I get to your pharmacy

a. Parking

  • We have pay-as-you-go street parking out front and  free parking ,but not between 2-3pm on nearby streets, please check parking bay areas.
  • Please do not block access or park on double yellow lines

b. Public transport

  • Our address is: 334A Regent’s Park Rd, Finchley, London N3 2LN
  • We are 3 mins walk from Finchley Central Station (Northern Line)
  • There are several bus routes that stop nearby.

12. Are there any side effects to the vaccination?

13. What should I do if I am suffering from the side effects of the vaccination?

  • Please phone your doctor, pharmacist, or call 111

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