When can I have a booster jab and how do I book one?

How soon can I get a booster jab after a Covid infection? And how do I book? 💉

1/19/2022 2:31:00 PM

How soon can I get a booster jab after a Covid infection? And how do I book? 💉

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All children aged 12 and over. They can usually have a second dose 12 weeks after the first.A low-dose version of the Pfizer vaccinehas been approved for children aged five to 11who have health conditions putting them at greater risk from catching Covid.

Primary school children who live with clinically vulnerable adults should also be offered a jab, government vaccine advisers said.The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) also recommended that the normal booster dose should be offered to children aged 12-15 if they:

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Which children are being vaccinated? All children aged 12 and over . They can usually have a second dose 12 weeks after the first. A low-dose version of the Pfizer vaccine has been approved for children aged five to 11 who have health conditions putting them at greater risk from catching Covid. Primary school children who live with clinically vulnerable adults should also be offered a jab, government vaccine advisers said. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) also recommended that the normal booster dose should be offered to children aged 12-15 if they: are in an at-risk group or live with someone who is immunosuppressed have a severely weakened immune system - they should get four doses It is not yet clear when children will get these doses. About . They can make an appointment or attend a drop-in clinic. It's thought around 600,000 people in this age group will eventually be eligible for a booster. Children who are not considered to be at high risk from Covid should wait 12 weeks after a positive Covid test before having the vaccine. What vaccine will I get for my booster? Your booster will be a single dose of either Pfizer or Moderna - regardless of which vaccine you received before. If you have recently tested positive for Covid, you should wait four weeks from the date of the test before having your booster. You shouldn't have the booster if you have a severe illness or high fever, but