COVID-19 Vaccine - Booster Dose

The protection from previous doses or a COVID-19 infection may weaken over time. Booster doses help boost your antibodies and give you good protection from becoming seriously ill or needing to go to hospital if you get COVID-19. 

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Spring Booster Campaign

It has been confirmed that the 2024 Spring Booster Campaign commences on 22nd April 2024 and will continue until 31st May 2024.

While the campaign was originally due finish at the end of May, this has now been extended to mid-June to enable completion of the programme.

    Who can get a Spring Booster

    • Those aged 80 years and older.
    • Those living in long-term care facilities for older adults.
    • Those aged 5 years and older with immunocompromise associated with a suboptimal response to vaccination. Please note: Pharmacists can only administer COVID-19 vaccines to those aged 12 years and over.
    • NIAC also recommend that the Spring booster should be made available for those aged 70-79 years who, following discussion with a healthcare provider (including your pharmacist), request vaccination.
    • In addition, pregnant women, in the appropriate stage of pregnancy and where the appropriate time since last dose of vaccine has elapsed, remain eligible for booster doses throughout the year.

    Interval between prior Covid-19 Vaccines or Prior Covid Infection

    In line with NIAC guidance; those eligible may be offered the spring booster at a 3 months interval after their last COVID-19 vaccine or infection to ensure they get their spring booster before the end of May.

    While the spring booster programme is aimed for completion by the end of May, it is recognised that in some cases, given the timeframe, vaccinations may run into June. Ideally all spring boosters should be completed by 14th June, this will then allow for a sufficient period of time to elapse, to enable those vaccinated to receive their autumn booster.

    To find out if you are eligible for a booster dose, follow this link:


     The following steps can be followed;
    1. On the link, you enter your email and create a password.

    1. This brings you to a calender when you can chose from available dates and select the '+' button.

    1. You then enter the patient details for the person you are booking for.
    2. You must then fill out a consent form questionaire to ensure you meet the criteria for the vaccine.
    3. When this has been checked, you will receive a confirmation email of your booking.