Get your covid-19 vaccine now - protect yourself and your loved ones


Five pop-ups and ten local clinics offering first and second doses of the covid-19 vaccine are open across Hackney over the next two weeks. 

Residents are being encouraged to get the vaccine before the start of September, as people are set to return to the office and colleges across the borough after the summer.

Over 152,000 residents have already safely received their first dose of the vaccine, meaning they have greater protection from coronavirus which can cause severe illness, hospitalisation, and even death. The vaccine also helps reduce transmission of the virus to loved ones, with fully vaccinated people up to 60% less likely to pass on the virus to others. 

Those aged 18 and over can call 119, book an appointment online, or simply walk-up to any of the vaccination clinics. Those 16-17 will either be sent a text from their GP on how to book a vaccination appointment or can get the vaccine by walking into one of the three large vaccination centres: John Scott Health Centre, St Leonards Hospital, 3a Bocking Street.

For those who need their second dose - due 8 weeks after the first one - all clinics are open for walk-ins. 

Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville
Over 47 million people have been vaccinated across the country and our walk-in pop-up clinics across Hackney will help many more residents to get protected so we can continue to open up safely after the summer break, supporting our young people, residents and businesses. 

We all want to enjoy the rest of the summer and continue opening up safely, but the virus hasn’t gone away and vaccine rates in Hackney are still too low. Now is the ideal time to get jabbed, and we have made it even easier to get the vaccine for residents, and especially young people, ensuring they can then keep themselves, their families, friends and communities safe.
Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville
Dr Sandra Husbands, Director of Public Health for Hackney
Young people aged 16-17 can now get the covid-19 vaccine. The vaccine helps protect people from infection from the highly infectious delta variant, including providing protection from long covid. Long covid symptoms include extreme fatigue and headaches. A quick and simple vaccine can help prevent these long term, sometimes debilitating symptoms. 

For those who have only had one dose so far, it is crucial that after 8 weeks you get your second. You need two doses for maximum protection for yourself and to help prevent passing the virus onto others. Don’t delay getting your vaccine, walk into a local clinic today.
Dr Sandra Husbands, Director of Public Health for Hackney

Walk-in pop-up Pfizer clinics

  • 28 August 2-6pm, Pembury Community Centre, Atkins Square, E8 1FA
  • 29 August 2pm-6pm, The Round Chapel Old School Rooms Powerscroft Road, E5 0PU
  • 1 September 10am-2pm, Ridley Road Market Ridley Road, E8 2PD
  • 8 September 9am-1pm, The Edge Youth Hub 7 Woodberry Grove, N4 1SN
  • 18 September 11am-3pm, Clissold Park, Near Clissold Park House, N16 9HJ

Vaccination centre clinics

  • John Scott Health Centre, 220 Green Lanes, Woodberry Down N4 2NU

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations:

  • Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9am-6.30pm
  • Sunday 9am-12.30pm and 2pm-4.30pm
  • St Leonards Hospital vaccination centre, Nuttall St N1 5LZ

Pfizer vaccinations:

  • Monday : 10am-7pm
  • Tuesday: 12 noon-7pm
  • Wednesday: 12 noon-7pm
  • Thursday: 10am-6pm
  • Friday: 10am-6pm
  • Saturday: 12 noon-7pm
  • The Vaccination Centre, 3a Bocking Street E8 3RU

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Saturday 9am-6.30pm
  • Sunday 9am-12.30pm and 2-4.30pm

Pharmacy clinics

  • Bees Pharmacy, 199-201 Rushmore Road E5 0HD

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

Mon-Fri 9am-6.30pm

Sat 9am-4pm

  • Boots, 120 Fleet Street EC4A 2BE

Moderna vaccinations.

Monday-Friday 8.30am-5.30pm – closed for lunch 12 noon-1pm

  • Clockwork Pharmacy – 398 – 400 Mare Street E8 1HP

Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9am-7pm

Thursday and Saturday: 9am-6pm

  • Haggerston Pharmacy, 201 Haggerston Road E8 4HU

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm

Sundays (from 15 August) 9.30am-4.30pm

  • Murrays Pharmacy, 96-98 Murray Grove N1 7QP

Moderna vaccinations.

Monday-Friday 9am-6pm

Saturday 9am-5pm

  • Silverfields Pharmacy,141 Homerton High Street E9 6AS

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

Monday-Saturday 9am-6.30pm

  • Spring Pharmacy, 233 Hoxton Street N1 5LG

Moderna and Pfizer vaccinations.

Monday-Friday 9.30am-6pm

Saturday 9.30am-5pm