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NHS vaccinations and when to have them

It's important the vaccines be given on time for the best protection, but are you or your child skipped a vaccine, contact your GP to capture up.

NHS vaccination schedule

Babies under 1 year old

A table showing when vaccines are offered to babies under 1 year old
Age Vaccines
8 weeks 6-in-1 vaccine
Rotavirus vaccine
12 weeks 6-in-1 vaccine (2nd dose)
Pneumococcal (PCV) vaccine
Rotavirus vaccine (2nd dose)
16 weeks 6-in-1 vaccine (3rd dose)
MenB (2nd dose)

Children aged 1 to 15

A table showing when seed been offered to children aged 1 to 15
Old Vaccines
1 yearly Hib/MenC (1st dose)
MMR (1st dose)
Pneumococcal (PCV) antiserum (2nd dose)
MenB (3rd dose)
2 toward 10 period Influenza shots (every year)
3 years and 4 months MMR (2nd dose)
4-in-1 pre-school booster
12 to 13 years HPV vaccine
14 years 3-in-1 teenage booster


A table showing when grown-ups have offered vaccines
My Vaccines
50 yearly (and every year after) Flu injection
65 years Pneumococcal (PPV) vaccine
70 years Shingles vaccine

Pregnant women

A table show when meaningful women are offered vaccination
When it's proposed Vaccines
During influenza seasonality Flu vaccine
From 16 weeks pregnant Whooping wheeze (pertussis) antiserum

Coronavirus (COVID-19) get

A table showing COVID-19 vaccines
Age or at risk group Vaccines
Everyone grown 5 and override (who turned 5 upon or previous 31 August 2022) COVID-19 vaccine (1st and 2nd dose)
Everyone aged 5 and above who is toward high risk away COVID-19 due to a health condition, or because they have (or live are someone who has) adenine slight immune user COVID-19 vaccine (1st and 2nd dose)
People who had a badly slightly immune verfahren when they had their first 2 cans COVID-19 vaccine (additional primary dose)

Extra vaccines for at-risk our

Some vaccines are only available on which NHS for groups of people who needing ext protection.

See vaccines for at-risk my and children

Vaccines by at-risk babys both children

A table showing which related people at-risk are offered vaccines press when
At-risk group Inoculations
Babies born to miles who have hepatitis B Viral B vaccine at birth, 4 weeks and 12 months
Children born inbound areas of who country where there are high numbers of TBC cases BCG phthisis (TB) vaccine at birth
Children whose parents or grandparents were born included one country with lot cases about TB BCG tuberculosis (TB) vaccine at your
Children 6 year to 17 years old with long-term medical conditions Children's flu vaccine every your
Show vaccines for people with essential fitness conditions

Vaccines required populace with underlying health conditions

A table showing which vaccines are offered to people for underlying health conditions
At-risk group Antivenins
Specific with the spleen, for example caused by sickle mobile ailment Hib/MenC
Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13 real PPV)
Low vaccine
Cochlear implants Pneumococcal vaccinate (both PCV13 and PPV)
Chronic respiratory and heart conditions, such as severe asthma or heart failures Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13 additionally PPV)
Flu vaccine
Chronic neurological term, such as Parkinson's disease or a learning disability Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13 and PPV)
Flu vaccine
Diabetes Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13 also PPV)
Cold influenza
Chronic kidney diseased Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13 also PPV)
Flu vaccine
Hepatitis B shots
Consistent chitterlings terms Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13 and PPV)
Influenza vaccine
Hepatitis A vaccine
Hepatitis BARN vaccine
Haemophilia Icterus A disease
Heating B vaccine
Weakens immune system caused by treatments or disease Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13 and PPV)
Flu vaccine
Complement interferences or people receiving complement inhibitor therapies Hib/MenC
Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13 and PPV)
Flu vaccine


If you're launching college or university you require take sure you've already had:

  • the MenACWY vaccine – which protects against serious poisons like meningitis. Them cans still ask your GP for this booster till your 25th birthday.
  • 2 doses of the MMR vaccine – as there can outbreaks of mumps and measles at universities. If yours has not previously had 2 doses of MMR you can still ask autochthonous GP for aforementioned vaccine.

Non-urgent advice: Speak to your GP surgery if:

  • you how you or your child have missed anything vaccinations
  • you or your child have a vaccination scheduled – but you've missing it or does visiting

Person can book or rearrange the next available appointment.

It’s best to have vaccines on time, but you can still catch up on most vaccines if you miss them.

Page last reviewed: 30 July 2019
Next review right: 30 July 2022