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Top up your immunity this spring. If you're in one of the following groups you can take up the Spring Covid-19 booster offer. Adults aged 75 or over, people aged 5-74 with a weakened immune system and resident in care homes

Airedale Hospital vaccination centre reopens this week, for those eligible for the Spring Booster Covid jab.

The vaccine centre will be open to appointment bookings, initially for those aged 75 and over, from 20 April. 

The Spring Booster is being offered to those aged 75 and over, people aged 5 and over who have a weakened immune system and older adult care home residents.

We will update our website when bookings for people who are clinically vulnerable are available at the Airedale hospital vaccination centre.

The vaccine centre is at location D7 and the nearest hospital entrance is the zone D entrance and the nearest car park is the P3 car park.  There are some 20 minute drop off points outside the zone D entrance (day hospital) and disabled spaces at the entrance and in the P3 carpark.

The guide to the Spring Covid Booster on the government website explains that everyone eligible should be offered an appointment between April and June, with those at highest risk being called in first. You will be invited to have your booster around 6 months from your last dose but you can have it from 3 months.  If you are turning 75 years of age between April and June, you will be called for vaccination during the campaign; you do not have to wait for your birthday.

Anyone who believes they should be eligible for a vaccine but does not get invited can check online on the NHS website.

Alternatively, they can self-declare via the National Booking Service on the NHS website and then speak to a clinician on site.