Coronavirus (Covid-19) Vaccinations Vaccination remains our best defence against Covid-19, and we urge you to get your autumn/winter booster to help protect yourself and others. Getting your Covid-19 booster vaccination A comprehensive Covid-19 programme led by Greater Manchester’s GPs, pharmacies and hospitals will be delivered in local communities from September 2022. Covid-19 autumn boosters will be available to: residents in a care home, for older adults, and staff working in care homes for older adults frontline health and social care workers all adults aged 50 years and over (beginning with those 75 and over or with a weakened immune system) those aged 5 to 49 years in a clinical risk group, including pregnant women those aged 5 to 49 years who are household contacts of people with immunosuppression those aged 16 to 49 years who are carers Eligible Trafford people may receive a letter from the NHS advising them how to book. If you prefer to have your vaccine with your local GP, you can instead choose to wait a short time to receive an invite and a link to book an appointment from a GP practice once appointments are available. The NHS is inviting eligible people when it’s their turn to come forward. If people believe they are eligible because they have a weakened immune system, for example, because of an underlying health condition, medication or because of a transplant, please see below for how to book. To book your Covid-19 booster visit the NHS booking website or phone 119. Walk-in vaccination sites, where you attend without an appointment, may be available but check the walk-in appointment website first. For more information, see the links below: Covid-19 vaccine walk-in clinics in Trafford NHS information about Covid-19 autumn/winter 2022/23 boosters Further information and guidance Discover further information and guidance about Covid-19. Translate these web pages into various languages You can translate all of our coronavirus information and advice into 36 of the most widely spoken languages using our 'Browsealoud' function, accessed by clicking on the icon at the bottom of every web page.