COVID-19 vaccine information

Walk-in COVID vaccination clinics

*Please note these are subject to change. Follow our Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates.

Location and time for walk-ins

Please note these walk-in clinics are accessible for anyone aged 16 or above. 16 and 17 year olds will only currently be offered the 1st dose vaccination. Anyone within three months of their 18th Birthday, or older, will be offered both doses.

23 October, 10am-6pm, Alf Marshall Centre, Pfizer 1st & 2nd doses

Notice on reduced walk-in capacity

COVID-19 vaccination sites in Hull are currently booking in booster vaccinations across the city.  If you receive a text message from the National NHS Service or your GP practice, please follow the links and book in accordingly.

All care home residents, those who are at clinically extremely vulnerable and at risk are being prioritised – then moving onto anyone who is over 50 years of age.  Please bear with us, you will be contacted to be booked in for your booster if you are in these groups and eligible via your practice or the national service.  These groups of people become eligible for a booster 6 months after their second vaccine.

In order that we can meet the demand for the booked appointments, the availability of walk in of sites has reduced considerably.

If you are yet to take up the offer of a first or second dose of the vaccine, please book in via the National Booking Service. 

Those aged 16 and 17 are still able to attend the Witham Pharmacy for walk-ins – and they can also book through the National Booking Service

About the vaccine

An effective vaccine is the best way to protect people from COVID-19. Following extensive trials, several safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines have been approved in the UK and the NHS COVID-19 vaccination programme is well underway in Hull.

For details on who is eligible for the vaccination, please click here.

This is the biggest vaccination programme the NHS has ever undertaken. It is a huge challenge, and there will be bumps in the road.

Accessible information on the vaccine, translations, BSL, easy read – follow this link>> 

Demonstrating your vaccination status

People in England who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can demonstrate their vaccination status. A full course is currently two doses of any approved vaccine. Vaccine status will be available from:

It may take more than a week for your identity to be checked and verified so you can use these services.

If you cannot access these online services, and you have had 2 vaccines, you can request a paper letter from the NHS by calling 119. Only call 119 if you had your second dose more than 5 working days ago. It may take 7 working days for the letter to arrive.

GP practices and the CCG are not able to provide you with a letter that shows your COVID-19 vaccination status.

When you’re planning your travel, check the latest information on demonstrating your COVID-19 status when travelling abroad on the website. Make sure there is time to get proof of your vaccination status before you leave.

How will I get my vaccine?

You can book your vaccine via the national booking service here. Alternatively you can call 119.

Accessible information about coronavirus vaccine

Local GPs across the Humber, Coast and Vale have filmed an important message in multiple languages* to encourage vaccine confidence and dispel vaccine myths and misinformation. The videos can be viewed on YouTube here.

Information for pregnant women in multiple languages, translations, BSL, easy read>>








Please see below videos in different languages highlighting the importance of getting the second-dose COVID-19 vaccination.

Gujarati – Sister Aasiya Sheikh –

Kannada – Dr Sharada Gudur –

Telugu – Dr Saifuddin Shaik –

Malayalam – Dr Saleel Abdul Samad –

Malayalam – Dr Pappachan Joseph –

Arabic – Dr Mostafa Negmeldin –

Punjabi – Dr Munish Batra –

Urdu – Dr Mohammed Munavvar –

Tamil – Dr Chera Arunachalam –

Polish – Dr Joanna Czechowska –

COVID-19 vaccination: guide for adults in BSL

COVID-19 guide for women of childbearing age, pregnant or breastfeeding BSL

COVID-19 vaccination: what to expect after vaccination in BSL

Easy read information about COVID-19 vaccinations can be accessed by going to COVID-19 vaccination: easy-read leaflets – GOV.UK (

You can also watch this video from Mencap explaining COVID vaccine.

Dr Ranj, Amy and Harry talk about the coronavirus vaccine

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