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COVID vaccination clinics across Watford

Information on local walk-ins and pop-up clinics

Watford Town Hall walk-in

Hempstead Road, WD17 3EX

  • Vaccination clinic for anyone 16+
  • Pfizer – First, second and booster vaccines
  • Walk in – no appointment necessary, but you need to show a photo ID and proof of age.

Bridgewater Surgeries walk-in

Bridgewater House 7 Printers Avenue, Watford WD18 7QR

  • This clinic is for over 16s who are eligible.
  • Pfizer – First, second and booster vaccines
  • No need to be registered with a GP

Dates and times:

  • Thursday 6 January                       2:30pm – 6:30pm
  • Friday 7 January                            2:30pm – 6:30pm
  • Saturday 8 January                        9:30am – 5:30pm
  • Sunday 9 January                          9:30am – 1:30pm

Sheepcot Medical Centre walk-in

Cunningham Way, Watford, WD25 0EA          

  • Saturday 8 January                         8am -12.00 midday & 1-5pm
  • Sunday 9 January                           9am – 1pm

Attenborough Surgery (Bushey) walk-in

London Road, Bushey, Herts, WD23 2NN

  • This clinic is for over 16s who are eligible.
  • Pfizer – First, second and booster vaccines
  • No need to be registered with a GP

Dates and times:

  • Wednesday 5 January                      5pm – 9pm
  • Thursday 6 January                          5pm – 9pm
  • Sunday 9 January                             9am-1pm 

Vine House Health Centre walk-in

87-89 High Street, Abbots Langley, WD5 0AL

  • This clinic is for over 16s who are eligible.
  • Pfizer – First, second and booster vaccines
  • No need to be registered with a GP

Dates and times:

  • Wednesday 5 January                      9.00am – 12.30 and 1.30 – 4.10pm
  • Thursday 6 January                          9.20am – 12.20 and 3.30 – 6.30pm
  • Friday 7 January                               9.00am – 12.30 and 1.30 – 4.10pm

More walk-in vaccination clinics are available across Hertfordshire.

Vaccine helpline

You can call the council vaccine support and advice line on 01923 278 181 for information and directions to local walk-in clinics.

The phone line is open all weekdays.

ArrivaClick service

If you live in the Watford area, you can use the ArrivaClick service to get free transportation to your vaccination appointment.

The percentage of people vaccinated with a booster jab

Jim McManus, Hertfordshire’s director of public health, has said: “As cases rise, we are inevitably seeing more people needing hospital treatment.

“The vaccines do still seem to be working to prevent people needing intensive care and mechanical ventilation treatment, but the Omicron variant is still very serious for some people, even if mild for other.”

“With such a high number of cases, it’s more important than ever that people get their vaccinations and booster jabs as soon as possible to help us minimise the impact of this wave of cases.”

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