COVID Vaccination Clinics

Our vaccination sites

Many vaccination clinics are offering walk-in jabs (all doses) without an appointment on the day. We are updating this page regularly with these walk-in details as we get them, so please keep checking below to see if you can get a jab near you. 

You can walk in for:

  • 1st and 2nd doses if you're aged 12 years and over

  • boosters if you're aged 16 years and over (including Spring boosters for over 75s)

  • 3rd doses and boosters (4th doses) if you have a severely weakened immune system

  • 1st and 2nd doses for at-risk children aged 5 to 11

  • boosters for at-risk young people aged 12 to 15

Please check on the NHS search service for types of vaccines available at these clinics.

If you have your NHS number that will make things quicker, although not needed.

For more information please see our COVID Vaccination Programme page.

Please check back soon as we update our listings regularly.

Location

Date

Time

Eligible age group

Kassam Stadium 

Littlemore
Oxford
OX4 6DE

Daily 

9am - 7pm (please note closed all day for Oxford United home weekend matches)

1st and 2nd doses for anyone aged 12 years and over

Boosters for all adults aged 18 and over

3rd dose for immunosuppressed patients with GP or hospital letter

Exeter Hall
Oxford Road
Kidlington
OX5 1AB

TBC

 

 

Cleggs Pharmacy

UNIT 3
Kings Walk
Limborough Road
Wantage
OX12 9AJ

Tuesday 24 May - Saturday 28 May

Monday 30 May

 

 

9.30am - 5.45pm

 

 

1st and 2nd doses for anyone aged 12 and over

Boosters for all adults aged 18 and over

3rd dose for immunosuppressed patients with GP or hospital letter

Henley Pharmacy

25 Bell Street
Henley on Thames
RG9 2BA

Tuesday 24 May - Monday 30 May

 

 9am - 5.15pm

 

1st, 2nd and booster doses for anyone aged 12 and over

3rd dose for immunosuppressed patients with GP or hospital letter

You can also book your COVID-19 jab via the national system for a large vaccination centre such as at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford, at some GP-led vaccination sites and at a number of community pharmacies. You may need to keep checking the national booking system for appointments if you cannot find anything suitable the first time.