COVID-19 vaccinations

Are COVID-19 vaccines safe? Watch our video messages

Who can get vaccinated?

A Haringey resident receiving the COVID-19 vaccination

The NHS is currently offering the vaccine to: 

  • children aged 12 to 15 years old. Please note that COVID-19 vaccination will be offered to this group through their schools.  Please do not contact your GP. 
  • people aged 16 and over
  • children aged 12 years and over with specific underlying health conditions that put them at risk of serious COVID-19
  • children aged 12 years and over who live with someone with a suppressed immune system
  • people at high risk from coronavirus (clinically extremely vulnerable - external link)
  • people who live or work in care homes
  • health and social care workers
  • people with a condition that puts them at higher risk (clinically vulnerable)
  • people with a learning disability
  • people who are a main carer for someone at high risk from coronavirus

If you don't have an NHS number: 

The COVID-19 vaccine is free to everyone in the UK. This includes all migrants. Your asylum or immigration status does not affect this. The NHS will not share your information with the Home Office, Police or other authorities.

If you do not have an NHS number, see the COVID-19: vaccine information for people without an NHS number - GOV.UK (external link) You will find information and a letter available in many community languages that you may find helpful if you want to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Which vaccines are available in Haringey?

The Pfizer, Oxford/AstraZeneca and Moderna vaccines are currently being used in Haringey.

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advises that people under 40 without other health conditions should be offered an alternative to the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. You will be offered the right vaccine for your age group.

For more info see: 

For further advice on risk groups, including clear definitions, see GOV.UK:

Back to top


Booking an appointment

The NHS will contact you when it is your turn to be vaccinated. The vaccines are safe and effective and reduce the risk of serious illness and death from COVID-19, so make sure you attend your booked appointment when you are invited by the NHS to have your jab.

  • People aged 16 and 17
    The NHS will contact you and you'll be invited to a local NHS service such as a GP surgery. You cannot book your appointment online. You can, however, get vaccinated at a number of walk-in clinics in the borough - see below for details.
  • People aged 18 and over
    If you are eligible for the vaccine and have not yet been contacted by the NHS, please book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.

You can book:

See how many people have received a vaccination for COVID-19 in the UK (updated daily):

GOV.UK coronavirus live dashboard(external link)

Back to top


Vaccination sites in Haringey

The COVID-19 vaccines are being offered at various pharmacies and health centres across Haringey, but where you get your vaccine will depend on how your appointment was booked.

There must be at least 8 weeks between your first and second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Scheduled vaccination clinics in Haringey (walk-in and pre-bookable)

Please find below the scheduled vaccination clinics running in Haringey this week:

Location Date and time detailsVaccineAppointment or walk-in

Somerset Gardens Pharmacy
4 Creighton Road
Tottenham
London N17 8NW

Saturday 25 September:

  • 9am - 2pm

Moderna 

Walk-in, no appointment needed

St Mark's Methodist Church
455-457 High Road
N17 6QB

Monday to Friday:

  • 9am - 1pm
  • 2pm - 6pm

 

Pfizer 

Moderna

 

Walk-in, no appointment needed

For any vaccine-related queries, call 07484 715 395

Green Light Pharmacy
4 Grand Parade
Green Lanes
London N4 1JX

Monday to Friday:

  • 9.15am - 1pm
  • 2pm - 6.15pm

Saturday:

  • 9.15am - 1pm
  • 2pm - 4.15pm

Pfizer 

Walk-in or call 020 8800 1638 on the day to check availability

Hornsey Central Neighbourhood Health Centre
151 Park Road
Crouch End, London, N8 8JD

7 days a week:

  • 9am - 1.45pm
  • 2.15pm - 6pm

Pfizer

Walk-in, no appointment needed.

Bounds Green Health Centre
1A Gordon Road
Bounds Green, London, N11 2PA

Friday 17 September

Saturday 18 September

Sunday 19 September

Friday 24 September

Saturday 25 September

Sunday 26 September

  • 9am - 12.30pm
  • 1pm - 4pm

on all above dates

Pfizer 

All aged 16+ welcome

Walk-in, no appointment needed.

Lordship Lane Primary Care Centre
239 Lordship Lane
N17 6AA

Tuesday 21 September

Thursday 23 September

Monday 27 September

Tuesday 28 September

Thursday 30 September

  • 9am - 12.30pm 
  • 1.30pm - 4pm

On all above dates

Pfizer 

All aged 16+ welcome

Walk-in or call 07584 182 581 to book an appointment.

 

Back to top


If you are invited by your GP

If you are invited by your GP to get the vaccine, you will be offered an appointment at one of the following health centres:

Health centreAddress
Lordship Lane Primary Care Centre

239 Lordship Lane
Tottenham, London, N17 6AA

Bounds Green Health Centre

1A Gordon Road
Bounds Green, London, N11 2PA

Back to top


If you book via the NHS booking system

If you book via the national booking system, you will be offered an appointment at one of these locations:

NameAddress
Hornsey Central Neighbourhood Health Centre

151 Park Road
Crouch End, London, N8 8JD

Pharmacy Warehouse

Assunnah Islamic Centre
565A Tottenham High Road
Tottenham, London, N17 6SB

Somerset Gardens Pharmacy

4 Creighton Road
Tottenham, London, N17 8NW

Good Health Pharmacy

112 West Green Road
Tottenham, London, N15 5AA

Greenlight Pharmacy

4 Grand Parade,
Green Lanes, London, N4 1JX

Boots Pharmacy

137-139 High Road
Wood Green, London, N22 6BA

Back to top


Further information and guidance

More information about the COVID-19 vaccine is available on the NHS website (external link) and Public Health England website (external link).

Accessibility:

Click here to access translated or easy read information on vaccines on the government website (external link).

For information on the COVID-19 vaccine in different languages, please visit Doctors of the World website (external link) who have translated guidance into most languages. 

See also:

Are COVID-19 vaccines safe? Watch our video messages

Back to top


Join our #ProudToProtect vaccine campaign

When it's your turn to get the COVID-19 vaccine, make sure you get involved!

Find out more about the campaign

Back to top


Latest COVID-19 vaccine news

Publication date: Wednesday 15 September 2021
Publication date: Wednesday 1 September 2021
Publication date: Friday 23 July 2021
Publication date: Tuesday 20 July 2021

Page last updated:

September 17, 2021