Grab a Jab at a Walk-in Vaccination Clinic

Both sites listed below are offering walk-in COVID-19 booster vaccinations. No appointment is necessary, though you may be asked to show proof of age.

You can also book a time slot for your COVID-19 booster vaccine online via the NHS national booking system 

People currently eligible for boosters include:

  • those living in residential care homes for older adults
  • all adults aged 40 years or over 
  • frontline health and social care workers
  • all those aged 16 to 49 years with a health condition that puts you at high risk from COVID-19, and adult carers
  • adult household contacts of immunosuppressed individuals

You can only get a booster dose if it has been at least 182 days since your 2nd dose of the vaccine, but you can book your booster appointment via the national booking system after 152 days.

You can also find out about all walk-in vaccination opportunities for boosters, first and second doses on the Grab A Jab website here

The Kassam Stadium is also offering walk-in appointments to people who are immuno-suppressed and have received a letter from their consultant advising them to receive their third jab. These appointments are available from Monday to Friday, 11am - 4pm. Please bring your letter with you. For more information please see our COVID Vaccination Programme page.

Location

Date

Time

Eligible age group

Kassam Stadium
Oxford 

From Monday 30 August onwards

9.30am - 7pm daily

Please note: The Kassam Stadium vaccination clinic is closed all day Saturday when an Oxford United football match being played there.

If there is a midweek home game the walk-in vaccination clinic closes at 3pm.

 

16 and over

Welch Way, Witney

Friday 26 November - Sunday 5 December

9.30am - 7pm daily

(Except 26 November when the service will be open from 10am)

Monday- Thursday

Over 40 boosters only.

 

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Under 18 first and second doses, plus over 18s first/second doses and boosters. 

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

You can view information about Oxfordshire's COVID-19 vaccination programme with the latest figures and details on vaccine types here.