COVID Vaccinations for students at Imperial College

COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Protect yourself and others this semester by joining the millions who have had their COVID-19 vaccine.

Although society has opened up, coronavirus hasn’t gone away, and infection rates remain high across London. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to protect yourself against the risk of serious illness and has been proven to be safe and effective at protecting people against the virus.

Getting fully vaccinated will help you to travel more easily, avoid self-isolation, and may be required to enter some larger events and venues.

Coronavirus vaccination clinics are available between 10am and 5pm at Imperial College London this October. Walk-in appointments are available, but booking is recommended to guarantee your appointment.

LOCATION – the vaccine clinics are situated in the white marquee in Princes Gardens Square. See Map below. They are not at the health centre.

Please bring your student ID with you. There is no requirement to have any other ID or an NHS number.

It is important that you have both doses of your vaccine. The first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine offers a level of protection, but to get the maximum protection you must get a second dose. Your second dose must be at least 8 weeks after your first.