Where can you get a walk-in Covid vaccine in London this weekend?

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All adults in England now have access to the coronavirus vaccine with walk-in services still available in London.

The UK’s vaccination programme has been one of the fastest and most efficient in the world, with more than 80 per cent of adults having had their first dose, and three in five having had both doses.

Thousands of people are being urged to continue the huge uptake and book their jabs as part of the Super Weekend of vaccinations.

It follows last week’s Super Saturday when the biggest number of daily jabs were given in London.

People over 18 can now book an appointment online via the NHS website quoting their NHS number or GP details.

Alternatively, no appointment centres and clinics are still running a more flexible drop-in service with many operating on a first-come first served basis.

Here is a complete list of London walk-in vaccination centres to find your closest site ahead of Super Weekend.

Proof of age and vaccination cards for those receiving their second jab are generally required.

Walk-in vaccine Covid centres in London

Central London

London Bridge, Guy’s Hospital

Every day in June, 8am to 7pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

  • All Lambeth residents eligible for vaccine

Waterloo, St Thomas’ Hospital

Every day, 5pm to 7pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

  • All Lambeth residents eligible for the vaccine

South London

Brixton Hill, Streatham Place Surgery

Every Wednesday, 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4.45pm

  • Lambeth residents and front line health and care workers

  • First dose only

Brixton Hill, Day Lewis Pharmacy

June 27, 10am to 2pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

Croydon, Centrale Shopping Centre

June 24 to 27, 8am to 7.45pm

  • Second dose of AstraZeneca for all over 18s

  • First dose available for over 40s

Croydon, Fairfield Halls

June 24, 2pm to 5pm. June 25 to 26, 9am to 12pm and 2pm to 5pm

  • First and second dose of Pfizer for over 18s

Croydon, Mayday community Pharmacy

Monday to Sunday, 9.30am to 6pm

  • Second dose of AstraZeneca for all over 18s

  • First dose available for over 40s

Crystal Palace, Selhurst Park Stadium

June 24 to 27, 8am to 7.45pm

  • Second dose of AstraZeneca for all over 18s

  • First dose available for over 40s

Kennington, Montgomery Hall

June 24 and 26, 9am to 5pm. June 25, 27, 28, 29 and 30, 12pm to 8pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

Loughborough Junction, Junction Pharmacy

June 28, 8.30am to 7pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

Loughborough Estate, health and wellbeing bus

June 24 and 25, 9am to 3pm

  • AstraZeneca for over 40s

Streatham, Copes Pharmacy

June 25, 26 and 28, 10am to 6pm. June 27, 10am to 2pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

West Dulwich, Queen’s Pharmacy

June 26, 10am to 5pm. June 27, 10am to 4pm. June 28, 9am to 6pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

South West London

Kingston Mosque

June 25, 10.30am to 6pm

  • Second dose of AstraZeneca for all over 18s

  • First dose available for over 40s

Mitcham, The Wilson Hospital

June 24 and 25, 9am to 9.30pm

  • First dose for all over 18s

  • Second dose of Pfizer or AstraZeneca

Roehampton Vaccination Centre, Queen Mary’s Hospital car park

June 24 to 27, 8am to 7.45pm

  • Second dose of AstraZeneca for all over 18s

  • First dose available for over 40s

Sutton, St Nicholas Shopping Centre

June 27, 8am to 7.45pm

  • Second dose of AstraZeneca for all over 18s

  • First dose available for over 40s

Twickenham, Harlequins Twickenham Stadium

June 24, 25 and 27, 9am to 7pm

  • Second dose of AstraZeneca for all over 18s

  • First dose available for over 40s

Wandsworth, St Barnabas Church

June 26, 9am to 5pm

  • Anyone aged 18 and over who has not had their first dose

Wimbledon, Centre Court Shopping Centre

June 24 to 27, 8am to 6.45pm

  • Second dose of AstraZeneca for all over 18s

  • First dose available for over 40s

South East London

Bexley, Erith Health Centre

Every Friday, 1.30pm to 4.30pm

  • Health and social care staff

  • All patients registered with a practice in eligible cohorts of North Bexley

Charlton, Charlton House Library

June 24 to 25, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm

  • First and second dose of Pfizer for over 18s

Eltham, Middle Park Community Centre

June 25, 1pm to 4.30pm

  • First and second dose of Pfizer for over 18s

Greenwich, Charlton Athletic Football Club

June 26, 8am to 8pm

  • Pfizer for all over 18s

Lewisham, University Hospital Lewisham

Tuesdays and Fridays until end of July, 8am to 4pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

Plumstead, Freedom Arena Church

June 26, 1.30pm to 4.30pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

Woolwich New Road, Late Night Woolwich Pharmacy

June 24 and 25, 8am to 2pm. July 1 to 25, 8am to 12pm

  • First and second dose of AstraZeneca for over 40s

North West London

Mass vaccination centres are open across eight north west London boroughs where walk-in appointments are offered on a first come, first served basis.

The centres are open from 9am to 7pm and are located Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster.

Visit the Brent Council website for further information.

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