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Vaccination centres near halls

By UALHalls 13 Sep 2021

Vaccinations are now available in the UK for anyone aged 18 or over and UAL encourages all our staff and students to be vaccinated. With the rise of COVID-19 cases due to new variants, vaccinations are the best way to protect our community.

All students, regardless of their nationality or immigration status, are eligible to be vaccinated. This means you can get vaccinated even if you are not registered at a GP, or travelling from abroad.

Vaccinations are being offered free of charge at local sites run by GPs, community pharmacies, larger vaccination centres, walk-in sites and in some hospitals.

There are several ways to book your vaccines.

If you are registered with a GP in the UK, you can:

  • Book your appointments on the National Booking Service website, at a location which is convenient to you.
  • Wait to receive an invitation from your GP via text or email
  • Contact 119 to book over the phone
  • Find a walk-in vaccination site and receive your vaccine. You do not require an appointment at walk-in sites.

Chapter Lewisham:

You can also find your closest walk in clinics in Lewisham by following this link.

Furzedown Student Village and Cedars Hall:

You can also find your closest walk-in clinics in the local area by following this link.

Highline Building:

You can also find your closest walk-in clinics in Elephant and Castle by following this link.

The Costume Store:

You can also find your closest walk-in clinics in Acton by following this link.

Wigram House:

You can also find your closest walk-in clinics in Westminster by following this link

If you are moving to halls in September, you will need to register for your GP. You can find your nearest GP, along with information on how to register by reading our Halls Life article.

Remember, if you have any questions relating to life in halls, our team are here to help. You can contact us Monday – Friday (9am – 5pm GMT time) at +44(0)207 514 6240, or email 

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