There are 2 booster doses of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine you may be able to get:
1st booster for people aged 5 to 15 classed as immunosuppressed at the time of their 1st or 2nd vaccination.
If you’re aged 5 to 15 you can get a 1st booster dose if you:
1st booster for clinically vulnerable people aged 5 to 15
If you’re aged 5 to 15 and clinically vulnerable or a household contact of someone who is immunosuppressed you can get a 1st booster dose if you:
1st booster for people aged 5 to 15 not in an at risk group
If you’ve not had a 1st booster yet, you can:
If you or your child have covid-19, or symptoms of COVID-19, you should wait until your symptoms are better before you get the vaccine.
You should ideally:
This starts from the date your symptoms started or from the date of a positive test, whichever was earlier.