Covid-19 vaccinations in Birmingham and Solihull

Where to get a covid-19 vaccine or booster in Birmingham and Solihull.

Local vaccination centres

You can book an appointment at a vaccine centre or attend one of the walk-in clinics across Birmingham and Solihull.

Find a walk-in clinic with the NHS

Book an appointment with the NHS

Solihull Jab Cab

Solihull Council is providing a free ‘Jab Cab’ taxi service to help residents who are stuck for transport get to their booked vaccination appointment. To use this service please call 0121 704 8058, leave your name and number and someone will get back to you.

The vaccination programme in Solihull

For further information about the vaccination programme please visit the frequently asked question section of the Birmingham and Solihull COVID vaccine website.

Additionally visit the Everything COVID website which has been designed by young people for young people. You can learn more about the vaccine, get answers to your questions and when ready, organise your jab locally.

Long term affects of COVID-19 (Long COVID)

For some people, coronavirus (COVID-19) can cause symptoms that last weeks or months after the infection has gone. This is sometimes called post-COVID-19 syndrome or "long COVID".

We spoke to residents of the West Midlands about their experiences with COVID-19 and the long-term effects on their health.

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Read more about long COVID on the NHS website.