If your child has been invited for a face-to-face appointment or procedure, it’s important you still come unless you hear otherwise.
To help keep everyone safe, only one parent or carer can attend. No other family or friends can visit.
See all our information about COVID-19, including steps we are taking to keep you safe.

Vaccination for coronavirus

Guy's and St Thomas' is vaccinating patients against coronavirus (COVID-19) in line with the Government's agreed priority groups. This includes the following groups of young people.

Young people aged 16 and 17

We are contacting young people aged 16 and 17 and inviting them to book an appointment directly.

Walk-in vaccinations are also available to this age group. If you would like an appointment on the day, please visit the booking centre when you arrive.

Children and young people aged 12 to 15

Vaccinations are being offered to some children aged 12 to 15 who have a higher risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19 or who live with someone at high risk of catching it.

Parents and carers will be contacted and invited to book an appointment directly.

Where are vaccinations taking place?

We have a number of vaccination centres on our hospital sites. Text message confirmations will include details of which vaccination centre you need to attend. Please be aware that this may not be on the same site as Evelina London at St Thomas’ Hospital.

For more information about vaccinations, including maps and frequently asked questions, visit the Guy’s and St Thomas’ website.

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