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A COVID-19 vaccination

New dates added to get your jab

New dates in January have been added at vaccination centres in Ealing to get your first, second or booster vaccine jab.

The best way of staying safe against COVID-19 is to get vaccinated. The majority of residents have had their vaccine, but there are still some who are yet to have had theirs.

Man receiving his COVID-19 vaccination
COVID-19 vaccine continues to be rolled out across Ealing

Council leader Peter Mason said: “Since the start of the pandemic, the spirit of residents, of coming together and fighting this virus, has been amazing and I am asking that we continue, now, at a time when it is more important than ever.”

Councillor Josh Blacker, the council’s cabinet member for healthy lives, said: “This time last year the first vaccine was administered against COVID-19 and it is now more important than ever to get fully vaccinated, which includes getting your booster to protect yourself and others against the virus.

“For me the only side effect has been a slightly sore arm, other than that I feel comfortable knowing I am as protected as well as I can be against COVID-19.”

Walk-up and get your jab

Additional vaccines slots are being made available so residents who are yet to have their first, second or booster jab can book theirs.

We recommend that residents book their jab, but anyone can walk-up and get their jab if they are over the age of 16 and have not had their vaccine yet or are looking to have their second or booster. If you do walk-up you may experience long queues.

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If you are over 18 and had your second jab three months ago or longer, then you are eligible to get your booster. We recommend that residents book online through the NHS website, but there are a number of sites across the borough you can walk-up to.

All 12–15 year-olds can get their first or second vaccine, with the second jab being administered at least eight weeks after the first. This age group must be accompanied by an adult and can get theirs at CP House or the Dominion Centre.

Pop-up vaccination centres in Ealing

St Marys Church Ealing, St Mary’s Road, London W5 5RH

  • Thursday, 30 December. 12 midday -5pm
  • Friday, 31 December.  9am – 5pm
  • Tuesday 4 January. 10am – 4pm
  • Wednesday 5 January. 9am – 5pm

St Marys Church Acton, Unit 1, The Mount, High Street, London W3 9NW

  • Thursday, 30 December. 10am – 4pm
  • Tuesday 4 January. 10am – 4pm
  • Wednesday 5 January. 10am – 4pm
  • Thursday 6 January. 10am – 4pm

St John’s Church, Mattock Lane, Ealing, W13 9LA

  • Thursday 6 January. 9am – 1pm
  • Friday 7 January. 9am – 5pm
  • Saturday 8 January. 9am – 5pm

Dominion Centre, Southall, UB2 4BQ

  • Thursday, 30 December. 5 – 8pm
  • Friday, 31 December. 5 – 8pm

CP House, Ealing 97-107 Uxbridge Road, Ealing, London W5 5TL

  • Everyday – 8am – 8pm

A number of pharmacies also offer the vaccine, information can be found on the council’s website.

Check out a full list of centres and pharmacies offering the vaccine in Ealing and North West London here.

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