Get your vaccination at walk-ins across the city

The Sussex COVID-19 Vaccination programme is offering more walk-in vaccinations over the next few weeks. Over 70% of people in Sussex have already had their first dose.

Walk in vaccinations

All adults remain eligible to have for life saving vaccinations. 

Walk in services are available. Just turn up, and walk in for your first vaccination! No appointment necessary!

Pop-up and mobile vaccination sessions are taking place in various locations across the county to deliver first vaccinations.

Second jabs are also available at some of the walk-ins, if it has been at least eight weeks since the first dose (please note: your second dose must be the same vaccine as your first). 

Getting your vaccine is easy, just bring one form of ID (photo ID not required) and your NHS number, if you know it. Dates and times are subject to change at short notice, so do double check by clicking the link below.

If you already have an appointment booked at a vaccination centre please continue to attend this

Who can book?

Anyone over 18, those who have a serious long term health issue and unpaid carers who do not have the means to attend an appointment at their local vaccination site. Please note - clinics that are AstraZeneca only are for over 40s.

If you would prefer to book call  0300 303 8060.

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All adults can still book at one of the vaccination centre, pharmacy or GP led sites that are available through the national booking service or through the GP led site directly.  

Where to get your vaccination in Brighton 

Any adult (over 18) can attend a vaccination session at any of the following sites:

Monday to Saturday (2 - 8 August) at the Brighton Centre, 8:30am to 7pm, for all adults - Moderna vaccine, first and second doses.


Wednesday 4 August

11.00-16.00 - Tesco Superstore, Church Road, Hove, BN3 2DL

Thursday 5 August

11.00-16.00 - The Meridian Centre, Sutton Avenue, Peacehaven, BN10 8BL

Friday 6 August

10.30-14.30 - St Peter’s Church, York Place, Brighton BN1 4GU

Saturday 7 August

10.30-14.30 - Hove Lawns, Hove BN3 2WW

Sunday 8 August

10.30-14.30 - Brunswick Square, Brighton BN3 1AF

10.30-14.30 - Hove Lawns, Hove BN3 2WW

More dates and locations being confirmed and will be added.


People who are aged 40 and above can bring forward their second dose appointment to 8 weeks after their first appointment.

Anyone in this age group is encouraged to arrange their new appointment date as quickly as possible.

We understand that the national booking system has been updated and people can see alternative appointments for their second dose before cancelling their original booking (which was previously raised as an issue).

Click on the 'Manage my appointment' button (half way down the webpage).

Click here to access the National Booking System

COVID cases in our city.

Brighton & Hove continues to have one of the highest case rates in the South East of England, and a similar infection rate to that of England as a whole.

In the 7 days up to 23 July (based on data published on 28 July) we had 1,166 confirmed new COVID-19 cases in Brighton & Hove – down from 1,584 in the previous week.

This is:

  • a 26% decrease on the previous week
  • equivalent to a weekly rate of 400.8 per 100,000 residents – down from 544.5 per 100,000 in the previous week
  • higher than the south east which was 323.3 per 100,000
  • almost equal to the rate for England, which was 401.4 per 100,000 

What this means for Brighton & Hove

For the first week since early May we have seen a reduction in confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our city.

Although numbers have come down this week, the rate of infection is still very high compared with earlier in the year. The virus is spreading in all age groups, not just young people.

Unfortunately, there are now in-patients with COVID-19 in our local hospital, although the numbers are lower than earlier in the pandemic thanks to the effectiveness of the vaccines.

Our local vaccination programme has delivered a first vaccine dose to nearly 3 quarters of our residents.

However almost half of adults in Brighton & Hove are not yet fully vaccinated with 2 doses. You need the full course of 2 jabs for full protection.

There are still too many unprotected people in our community who are at risk of serious illness if they become infected.

Everyone who can be vaccinated, but have not yet done so, should get their first dose as soon as possible.

And we urge everyone who has already had their first jab to arrange to get their second dose at 8 weeks for maximum protection.

Visit the Brighton & Hove City Council website for more information

Free transport

Sussex residents who have no means to get to their COVID-19 vaccination appointment are able to book a free return journey to help them attend. 

To book free travel please book your vaccination appointment or have confirmed plans to attend a walk-in session first, then call 01444 275 008 to speak to a travel coordinator. The booking service is available between 10:00-13:00 and 14:00-17:00 Monday to Friday.

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