Information about COVID-19 vaccination eligibility for first, second and booster doses.
First and second doses (for those aged 12 and above)
- There is a 8 week gap between first and second doses for those below the age of 18.
- There is an 8 week gap between first and second doses for those aged 18 years and above.
- All those below the age of 18 who are not in at risk groups should receive vaccinations 12 weeks following any COVID-19 infection.
- Those aged 18 and above must wait 28 days before any vaccination if they have received a positive COVID-19 test.
Booster vaccinations (for those aged 16 and above)
- The booster dose should be offered no sooner than three months (91 days) after completion of the primary course. This also applies to the third dose for immunosuppressed.
- Please make sure you are not currently self-isolating, have COVID-19 symptoms or have had a positive COVID-19 test in the last 28 days.
Vaccinating 5 to 11 year olds in clinical risk groups or who are a household contact of someone who is immunosuppressed
- We are contacting children with underlying health conditions by telephone to arrange an appointment, there is no need to contact the us.
- Children aged 5 to 11 who are living with an immunosuppressed person for the majority of the week, i.e. 4 days in 7 or more are eligible for the vaccine. An appointment can made when we contact the household member who is immunosuppressed, or by completing our online form.
See details about our COVID-19 vaccination drop in clinics across North Wales where you can attend without booking. You can also book an appointment online using our COVID-19 vaccination online booking service.