On Sunday December 13 Boris Johnson announced that from Wednesday everyone aged 18 or over will be eligible for a booster jab to have extra protection from the Omicron variant of Covid-19. 

The mission to administer millions of jabs by December 31 will see 42 military planning teams deployed across every health region, extra vaccine sites and mobile units, extended clinic opening hours to allow people to be jabbed around the clock and at weekends, and the training of thousands more volunteer vaccinators.

On Sunday there were a further 1,239 confirmed cases of the Omicron variant bringing the total number of cases to 3,137.

We have rounded up all the places you can get a jab if you are a resident in Buckinghamshire or live near to a vaccination centre. 

Where can I get a jab in Buckinghamshire? 

All nine of Buckinghamshire’s GP-led vaccination centres are now up and running, meaning registered patients at all GP practices in the county will be covered by one of these locations.

You will be invited by your practice to arrange an appointment at one of these sites when the time is right:

  • Chalfont St Peter
  • Princes Risborough
  • Winslow
  • Chesham
  • Stoke Mandeville
  • High Wycombe
  • High Wycombe town centre
  • Buckingham
  • Burnham

If you have received a letter from the NHS you can book your vaccination at one of these Pharmacy Vaccination Sites using the National Booking System:

  • Marlow
  • Wycombe
  • Aylesbury
  • Buckingham
  • Chesham

You can book at one of these large scale vaccination centres close to Buckinghamshire (if you live within 60 miles of one):

  • Buckinghamshire New University Aylesbury campus (Buckinghamshire) 
  • Salt Hill, Slough (South East)
  • Kassam Stadium (Oxford)
  • Epsom racecourse in Surrey (South East)
  • Excel Centre in London (London)
  • Wembley (London)
  • Robertson House in Stevenage (East of England)