Richmond.gov.uk
My Account

Walk-in clinics open this week for Astrazeneca vaccine


14 June 2021

Across South West London, we are working to tackle the spread of COVID-19 by creating additional opportunities for people to vaccinate, including walk-in clinics.

The coronavirus vaccine is safe and effective and remains our best protection against COVID-19 and the surest route to a return to normal life. Millions of people have now received a COVID-19 vaccine and the NHS has now delivered over 198,800 doses of the vaccine in Richmond upon Thames.

COVID-19 infections rates are currently rising across England with the latest test-and-trace figures showing 45% more infections week-on-week.  The first dose of the vaccine offers a high level of protection, but to get maximum and longer-lasting protection, everyone will need to get a second dose. 

Over the next week the NHS will be offering the following walk-in clinics for the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine:

  • The Stoop, Harlequins' Rugby Stadium in Twickenham:
    • 9am to 7pm, Monday 14 to Sunday 20 June 2021
  • Hawks Road Health Clinic, Kingston upon Thames: 
    • 9am to 7pm, Monday 14 to Sunday 20 June 2021

These sessions are for those who are:

  • Due a 2nd dose of Oxford AstraZeneca and had their first before mid-April 2021
  • Eligible for their first dose (and 40 or over)

You do not need an appointment, but you will need to bring proof of age (for example a driving licence or passport) and if you have had your first dose, bring – your vaccination card.

Further sessions for those under 40 will be organised shortly.

You can also book your appointment.

Community news on behalf of NHS

Share this

Up to: June 2021

Updated: 14 June 2021