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21/01/2022

You can visit any walk-in clinic that is convenient to you – your nearest option might be in a different borough. See the Grab a Jab site for more options.

21/01/2022

What do these new regulations mean?  

14/01/2022

All clinics can give first dosessecond doses, booster doses and third primary doses to those who are eligible.

13/01/2022

Do you have questions about the Omicron variant and Booster vaccine? Join our online Q&A session and get your questions answered by our experts. 

04/01/2022

London Metropolitan University in partnership with NHS North Central London Clinical Commissioning Group has launched an evaluation study Looking after your health and accessing NHS services: A survey of North London residents. 

21/12/2021

A full list of COVID-19 vaccination walk-in sites in Camden can be found below. All clinics are offering first doses, second doses and booster doses.

21/12/2021

A number of community pharmacies will be open across North Central London over Christmas and the New Year (25 December 2021 to 3 January 2022). 

21/12/2021

Our public Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the chance to get your voice heard.

11/12/2021

Find out how to stay safe and help prevent the spread

11/12/2021

A full list of COVID-19 vaccination walk-in sites in Camden can be found below.

03/12/2021

Read about booster jabs and eligibility criteria for getting the booster vaccine. 

03/12/2021

A full list of COVID-19 vaccination walk-in sites in Camden can be found below.

Dates, times and locations are updated frequently: please double-check the details on this page before travelling to one of these sites.

30/11/2021

Healthwatch Camden has added speech, reading and translation support to their website and has increased the accessibility of the online content.

30/11/2021

A full list of COVID-19 vaccination walk-in sites in Camden can be found below.

19/11/2021

It's still possible to catch and spread COVID-19 without symptoms, even after your vaccination. Taking a rapid, lateral flow test (for people without symptoms) twice a week to check you are COVID-free and help stop the spread of coronavirus.