Spring Covid-19 vaccinations have commenced with online bookings open on the National Health Service (NHS) national booking system.

Eligible parties will be able to secure appointments from that week.

This includes adults aged 75 and over by June 30, 2024, those with weakened immune systems, and inhabitants of older adult care homes.

The start of house visits for eligible patients and visits to adult care homes is also slated for April 15.

GPs are expected to organise home visits for clients who receive care at home.

These Covid-19 vaccines will be available until June 30, 2024, with locations extending to pharmacies and GP practices.

Rachael Corser, Chief Nursing Officer for Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, and Berkshire West Integrated Care Board said: "This spring, the NHS is offering the Covid-19 vaccine to those that are at highest risk of getting seriously unwell if they catch the virus."

Regarding the coronavirus, she added: "We are still seeing COVID-19 causing hospitalisations and severe illness particularly among older people and those with weakened immune systems and the vaccine provides the best protection – so don’t put it off, if you’re eligible book your appointment as soon as you’re invited by the NHS."

In addition to official correspondence, eligible individuals can book an appointment via the NHS.UK website or by calling the free 119 line.

Furthermore, the NHS App can be utilised by those 16 years and older for booking purposes.

The NHS is simultaneously encouraging those qualified for the shingles vaccine to make an appointment.