Last updated: 09/05/2022
Everyone aged 75 years or above and those aged 12 years or above who are severely immunosuppressed, can go to a walk-in clinic for their 2nd COVID-19 booster dose, or make an appointment, 6 months after their last dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
You should only get rapid tests if:
- you're eligible for new COVID-19 treatments
- you visit someone who is at higher risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19
- you tested positive for COVID-19 and want to check if you're still infectious – find out about doing rapid tests if you're staying at home
- you work, volunteer, or visit somewhere that's high risk Which places are high risk?
How to get rapid tests:
Free lateral flow tests (LFTs) are only available for the over-75s and over-12s with weakened immune systems and social care workers and NHS staff. Everyone else will have to buy a test from pharmacists or other retailers.
Everyone aged 5 and over can have a free COVID vaccination:
- Book an appointment or
- Find a walk in clinic in Suffolk and North East Essex
- Find a walk in clinic in Norfolk & Waveney
- Find a walk in clinic in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough
- All Vaccination sites in Suffolk including pharmacies
Who can get the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk)
For all local vaccination information please visit: https://sneevaccine.org.uk
Where is my nearest Vaccination centre?
Information above is taken from Coronavirus » Vaccination sites (england.nhs.uk)
- Norfolk & Waveney - Free taxi cab return journey from any location - whether that's home, work, or school - to a vaccination site in order to receive a COVID-19 jab. Grab a jab with the Jab Cab - Norfolk and Waveney CCG
- Other options: Community Transport in Suffolk