Coronavirus vaccination rollout

There are now 3 safe vaccines which will protect you from coronavirus, available free of charge from the NHS.

  • if you’re 18 or over and haven’t been vaccinated yet, please book your appointment straight away. You can also call 119
  • be aware of scams – the NHS will never ask you for your bank details
  • make sure any information you share about the vaccine comes from a trusted source such as www.nhs.uk/coronavirus
  • ensure you attend your second dose appointment to get maximum protection from coronavirus

Local vaccination events

As well as booking a vaccination appointment through the national NHS booking system or by calling 119. You can also attend a local vaccination event by walking in or calling 020 8356 3111 to confirm your appointment.

For second doses current guidance recommends that everyone 18+ should have their second dose after 8 weeks. You must have the same type of vaccination as your first. Two doses of the vaccine are required for maximum protection.

First and second dose walk-in events

Community groups across Hackney are running pop-up walk-in clinics for those 18+ who need their first dose and those who need their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

  • Clissold Park House Church Street N16 9HJ – Saturday 24 July 11am-3pm
  • The Ark Suite, Cricketfield Road E5 8NS – Monday 26 July 11am-3pm
  • African Pentecostal Church (RCCG Light House Assembly), Unit 7b Bison House, Sedgwick Street,
  • off Homerton High Road E9 6AA – Saturday 31 July 2pm-6pm

Pharmacy and clinic walk-in events

Bees Pharmacy, 199-201 Rushmore Road E5 0HD

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Monday-Friday 9am-9pm
  • Saturday 9.30am-4.30pm
  • Sunday 9.30am-3pm

Boots, 120 Fleet Street EC4A 2BE

Moderna vaccinations.

  • Monday-Friday 8.30am-5.30pm – closed for lunch 12 noon-1pm

Clockwork Pharmacy – 398 – 400 Mare Street E8 1HP

Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Monday-Saturday 8am-9pm
  • Saturdays 9.30am-4.30pm

Day Lewis – 75-77 Stoke Newington Road, Stoke Newington N16 8AD

Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Saturdays 9.30am-4.30pm

Day Lewis Clapton – 14 Kenninghall Road E5 8BS

Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Saturdays 9.30am-4.30pm

Haggerston Pharmacy, 201 Haggerston Road

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Monday-Friday 8am-7pm
  • Saturday 9.30-4.30pm
  • Sunday 9.30-4.30pm

Murrays Pharmacy, 96-98 Murray Grove N1 7QP

Moderna vaccinations.

  • Monday-Friday 9am-6pm
  • Saturday 9am-3pm

Silverfields Pharmacy,141 Homerton High Street

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Monday-Saturday 9am-9pm
  • Sunday 10am-4pm

Spring Pharmacy, 233 Hoxton Street N1 5LG

Moderna vaccinations.

  • Wednesday-Friday 9.30am-9pm
  • Saturday 9.30am-6.30pm
  • Sunday 10am-4pm

Local vaccination centres

John Scott Health Centre, 220 Green Lanes, Woodberry Down N4 2NU

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • 22 July 9am-6pm
  • 23 July 9am-6pm
  • 25 July 9-5pm (closed 12.30-1.30pm)

St Leonards Hospital vaccination centre, Nuttall St N1 5LZ

Pfizer vaccinations.

  • Monday – Friday 10am-6pm
  • Saturday 12-8pm

The Vaccination Centre, 3a Bocking Street, E8 3RU

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • 22 July 9am-6pm
  • 23 July 9am-6pm
  • 24 9am-6pm
  • 25 July 9-5pm (closed for lunch 12.30-1.30pm)

How to book your second vaccine dose

If you booked your first dose on the NHS website or by calling 119

You should have booked your second dose at the same time and received an email or text message confirming the date.

If you walked into a vaccination clinic or pop up event to have your first dose

You can call 119 or visit the NHS website to make an appointment for your second dose.

Attend a local walk-in vaccination clinic or event

You can also attend one of the local walk-in vaccination clinics or events listed on this page to receive your second dose.

Contact

If you have any problems booking your second appointment, call 020 8356 3111.

Vaccination FAQs

Dr Sandra Husbands, Director of Public Health answers some common questions on the Covid-19 vaccine

Page updated on: 22 July 2021