COVID-19 vaccines are available for everyone aged 12 or over.
The majority of children between 12 and 15 will only be offered a single dose of a vaccine. You can find more information about who is receiving the COVID-19 vaccine here.
People aged 16 and 17, and children aged 12 to 15, will be contacted by a local NHS service such as a GP surgery to book their vaccination appointments. Parents and guardians of children aged between 12 and 15 will get a letter with information about when the vaccine will be offered.
If you're aged 18 or over, you do not need to wait to be contacted.
If you were contacted but have not booked your appointments, you are still eligible and can book your appointments anytime. You can book your appointment online here.
Several walk-in vaccine sites have also been set up across the UK for people to receive their vaccine. Find out your nearest walk-in site here.
If you are aged 50 years and over, a health and social care workers or a younger person at risk you will be offered a booster dose of coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine this Autumn. The NHS will contact you when it is your turn to have a booster. Find out more here.
If you have any concerns about getting vaccinated speak to your GP.