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Bailiwick Vaccination Programme

This page was last updated on 18 May 2022.

Vaccination centre pop-up clinic opening times - walk in clinic

Day Date Location Times


18-May No clinic  


19-May No clinic  


20-May No clinic  


21-May CVC (Cambridge and Delancey rooms) 09:30-14:30


22-May No clinic  


23-May No clinic  


24-May CVC (Cambridge and Delancey rooms) 13:00-18:00


25-May No clinic  


26-May No clinic  


27-May No clinic  


28-May CVC (Cambridge and Delancey rooms) 09:30-14:30


29-May No clinic  

The Vaccination Call Centre (VCC) is open Monday to Friday between 8am - 6pm and every Saturday between 8am - 12pm.To contact The VCC please call 01481 220001 or email 

Before you visit

Please take an LFT before attending any health and care facility, including the CVC drop-ins, PEH campus, any GP practice or nursing/residential care home. Face masks should also be worn at these facilities.

Please note that if you have recently had COVID-19, you cannot have your booster until 28 days have passed since you tested positive for COVID-19 or for those aged 12 to 17 you will need to wait 12 weeks.

If someone in your household tested positive for COVID please take an LFT. If the LFT is negative, you may attend your appointment but must wear a mask.

If you are experiencing any COVID-19 like symptoms, no matter how mild, please do not attend the CVC. If you are symptomatic and have a negative LFT then please do another LFT 24 hours after the first test to verify its result. You can contact the clinical helpline on 01481 220001 or 01481 220002 for further advice.

When can I have my next dose/booster? 

  • The interval between a first and second dose of vaccination is 8 weeks for those aged 18 and over, irrespective of which vaccine is administered. The interval between a first and second dose of vaccination is 12 weeks for those aged 12 to 17.
  • Children aged 5-11 will be offered two vaccine doses with an interval of at least 12 weeks between the doses.
  • Anyone over the age of 16 should be offered a booster dose of vaccine provided that 3 months has elapsed since their second primary dose of vaccine (or single dose if Janssen). 
  • Children and young people aged 12 to 15 should be offered a booster dose of vaccine no sooner than 3 months after completion of their primary if they are in a clinical risk group or are a household contact of someone who is immunosuppressed, or if they are severely immunosuppressed and have had a third primary dose.
  • The interval between the second and third dose (for immunocompromised patients only) is 8 weeks. The interval between the second dose (or third dose for immunocompromised patients) and the booster dose is 3 months.

It is important to note, the vaccine does not prevent people catching COVID-19. It does however, reduce the risk of becoming seriously ill.

Below is a useful "Vaccine Schedule" poster showing when doses of vaccine can be administered to different age groups.

Free vaccines are still available even if you have not had your first dose

The offer to receive a free vaccine remains in place for any islander aged 12 or over. Even if someone has declined the initial vaccine offer, they are welcome to join the programme now. We would encourage islanders who have not yet had either of their first 2 doses of the vaccine to have these as soon as possible.

Where is the Community Vaccination Centre?

The Community Vaccination Centre (CVC) is in the Cambridge and Delancey rooms at Beau Sejour.

An accessibility guide for Beau Sejour is available here.

Community Vaccination Centre Walkthrough

The first vaccine was delivered on the 17 December 2020 in the vaccination centre at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital. Vaccinations are currently being delivered in the Community Vaccination Centre (CVC) and by our Primary Care colleagues.

Most vaccinations in Alderney and Sark are being managed by the islands’ GP practices.

COVID-19 contacts

COVID-19 Helpline

  • If you have a  positive LFT, you must immediately notify the States of Guernsey via the online form at or by calling the clinical helpline.

Option 1 - Clinical helpline available 09.00-16.00 weekdays, 10.00-12.00 Saturdays and closed Sundays

Option 2 - Non-clinical helpline available 09.00-16.00 weekdays

Email inbox monitored Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00

Please send clinical questions to  all non-clinical questions to


Monday to Friday 08:30-17:00