Covid-19

Covid-19 vaccinations

How do I book an appointment?

Our appointments are now available via the National Booking System.

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Do you do walk-ins?

Walk-in clinics are available. Please check the Tiverton Primary Care Network Facebook page for updates on when these are running.

When can I book my next dose?

Second doses must be at least 8 weeks after the first dose.

Boosters (third doses) must be at least 13 weeks after the second dose.

Where will my vaccination take place?

All our vaccination clinics are running from our vaccination centre at:
Tiverton Vaccination Centre
17 Market Walk
Tiverton
EX16 6BL

Please note that no clinics are now running at Moorhayes Community Centre.

Tiverton Vaccination Centre interior

I'm travelling abroad, how do I show proof of my vaccination status?

Please do not contact us about this. We are unable to provide letters showing your Covid-19 vaccination status.

If you want a letter to be posted to you:

You can either request this via the NHS website or by calling 119.

Request your Covid-19 vaccination letter >

If you want a digital version of your vaccination status:

You can access your Covid-19 vaccination status through the free NHS App. You can access the app through mobile devices such as a smartphone or tablet. We recommend that you register with the app before booking international travel.

Alternatively, you can access the same information via an internet browser by clicking the button below.

View your vaccination status online >

Support for carers

Carers who would like to have their Covid-19 vaccination but cannot leave those that they care for can now access help to get their vaccination.

Contact the Devon Vaccine Support Team at d-ccg.devonvaccinationsupport@nhs.net or call 01752 398836 to discuss your options.

Be alert for fraud

Coronavirus vaccinations are free of charge and only available through the NHS. Anyone who claims to be able to provide you with a vaccine for a fee is likely to be committing a crime.  The NHS will never ask you to press a button on your keypad or send a text asking you to confirm you want the vaccine.
Contact the Police online or by calling 102, and forward suspicious text messages to 7726.

Vaccination FAQs

In this video, the Amicus Health doctors answer some commonly-asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine including:

  • Why is it important to get your Covid-19 vaccine?
  • What vaccines are currently available?
  • What should I expect at my appointment?
  • How does the vaccine work?
  • What are the side effects from the vaccine?

We are delighted to be supported by local celebrity Caroline Quentin who has answered some of the questions you may have regarding the Covid-19 vaccine.