Latest Covid vaccination news


We are getting lots of enquiries about the covid booster vaccinations. You cannot have your booster less than 26 weeks after your second dose of the vaccine. We are sending out letters to our patients who are eligible for a covid booster, on behalf of the covid vaccination clinic at Wareham hospital, if you have had your second dose we will write with a date and time of appointment at Wareham Hospital. You are likely to receive a letter from NHS England, which you can follow the guidance to book an appointment, but Wareham hospital is your local choice and we will offer you an appointment here if you have had your two doses. 

First and Second dose of vaccine

If you are yet to receive either of your first two doses, you can book yourself an appointment, Wareham Hospital now appears on the national booking service list of venues to choose from to visit to have your covid vaccination. Please do not turn up at the hospital without an appointment.

If you are eligible, you can check your eligibility here, you can click on the link below, or call 119, to book your appointment.

Book your covid vaccination appointment (Click on this link)

You can use the above link to book your appointments for either your first or your second dose appointments.

Second dose appointments are dependent upon the right type of vaccine being available and enough time having passed since your first appointment, you may have to keep checking to see if the availability changes.

You can use this link to rebook your appointment if you missed a previous appointment for any reason.

Please see the archive for the previous guidance on covid vaccinations.

Covid Vaccination Status (Covid Passorts)

You can get your Covid vaccination status by using any of the options below:


NHS App Online

or by calling 119

We are unable to provide letters for travel companies, Airlines or proof of vaccination. 

We are aware that some travel companies are asking for letter regarding children.  Wessex LMC have produced a letter for you to print please see link below to access this letter.

Letter to Travel Companies Re; Children

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