With new cases of the Omicron variant being found in the UK, the booster jab campaign is being stepped up.

We don't know yet how effective our current vaccines are against the new variant but Prime Minister Boris Johnson suggested that they would at least offer some measure of protection during a press conference on Saturday November 27.

If you are aged 40 and over and are double vaccinated, you are now eligible for your booster vaccine.

You will also be able to get the first two doses if you haven't had them yet. 

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There are a number of walk-in vaccination centres across Berkshire, where you could either get the first, second dose or even the booster jab.

If you are going to the walk-in centre for your 3rd dose, you must bring your referral letter from a GP or hospital doctor to get the booster.

Where to find Covid walk-in vaccination centres in Berkshire

Broad Street Mall


Broad Street Mall, Reading, RG1 7QE

Opening times:

Monday November 29 - 9am- 7pm

Tuesday November 30 - 9am- 7pm

Wednesday December 1 - 9am- 7pm

Thursday December 2 - 9am- 7pm

Friday December 3 - 9am- 7pm

Saturday December 4 - 9am- 7pm

Sunday December 5 - 9am- 7pm

What age is this vaccine centre for?:

The walk-in centre is available for ages 12 and over

What vaccines:

1st dose, 2nd dose Pfizer and Moderna, Booster dose, 3rd dose for those with a weakened immune system

Langley Health Centre


Common Rd, Langley, Slough, SL3 8LE

Opening times:

Tuesday November 30 - 8.30am- 6.30pm

What age is this vaccine centre for?:

The walk-in centre is available for ages 16 and over

What vaccines:

1st dose, 2nd dose Pfizer, Booster dose


You can also get your Covid-19 vaccine by appointment by arranging here.