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12-15 year olds can get jab this half-term

This school half-term holiday, any 12-15 year olds who have not yet had their vaccine at school can walk-up and get theirs at a vaccine centre.

At the end of September, Villiers High School in Southall became the second school in the country to offer 12-15 year olds the vaccine against COVID-19. After an amazing effort from the NHS, front line staff, and schools, nearly all of the age group have now been offered their jab.


Parents will have been contacted by letter letting them know that their child was due their jab. Residents who know their child has not had theirs yet, and is in the correct age group, can walk-up and get their vaccine next week at CP House.

Children who are vulnerable and required second doses can also get a jab

Go to CP House, 97-107 Uxbridge Rd, London W5 5TL during any of these time slots:

  • Mon, 25 Oct between 11am-12noon
  • Tues 26 Oct between 11am-12noon
  • Wed 27 Oct between 4-5pm
  • Thurs 28 Oct between 11am-12noon and 2.30-3.30pm
  • Friday 29 Oct between 4-5pm

The NHS is also going to make it possible for you to book a slot on the national booking system soon.

Other centres

The NHS is working to add other vaccine sites to the list that are offering the jab to 12-15 year olds. Keep up to date on the NHS website.

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