A series of coronavirus vaccine centres across Surrey are offering walk-in slots.

The drop-in sessions are strictly for those aged over 50, carers and other priority groups that are eligible, who are yet to receive their firstCOVID-19剂量疫苗接种。


Anyone eligible should bring personal identification (including proof of age), a face covering and if you have it,your NHS number.

Vaccinations administered each day are dependent on deliveries received at each site. You may need to wait depending on how busy the centre is when you arrive.

The walk-in availably comes as over-50s and those at risk have beenurged to book their vaccine quickly before slots run out.

斯蒂芬·波托教教授NHS英国,called on anyone who qualifies for a jab but has not yet received a first dose to book an appointment in the next few days.




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List of specific vaccination services across Surrey Heartlands offering drop-in sessions:


Village Hall,Cranleigh: March 25 and March 26, 10am to 3.30pm and March 28, 9.30am to 11.30am

Chertsey Hall,Chertsey: Every day this week (ends March 28), 8am to 6.30pm

Hythe Centre,egham.: March 25 only, 8am to 6.30pm



H&M building, The Heart Centre,Walton-on-Thames:Every day this week (ends March 28), 8am to 6.30pm

维多利亚门,Woking: March 28, 8am to 6.30pm