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Which Boots, Well and Day Lewis branches are offering COVID-19 booster jabs?

The number of pharmacy-led vaccination sites providing COVID-19 booster vaccines has gone up this year, with one multiple counting more than 100 participating branches. Find out where these pharmacies are located using our interactive map.

This year’s COVID-19 autumn booster campaign began in earnest on September 12.

NHS England (NHSE) widened eligibility to people aged 50 and over a month later, on October 15.

C+D reported in August that vaccinations should be offered to all eligible groups by the start of December.

Read more: Deja-flu: NHS confirms COVID booster campaign and flu jab launch dates

As of August 17, 1,653 pharmacy-led vaccination sites were signed up to offer COVID-19 jabs.

This number has now risen to 1,704, according to the latest data provided by NHSE.

Find out below which pharmacy chains have registered their branches to provide the service.


Well leading the pack


According to NHSE data, 115 Well Pharmacy branches have been selected to administer COVID-19 boosters. This is just over double the amount selected to participate in last year’s booster programme.

Day Lewis followed, having registered 58 branches to provide the service.

Forty-nine Boots branches are currently offering booster jabs, compared to 55 last year.

Cohens, meanwhile, has put forward 52 branches, while Asda is administering COVID-19 jabs in 33 of its pharmacies.



A record number of sites – which besides pharmacies, include GP-led vaccination centres, larger vaccination centres, and hospital hubs – are delivering the COVID-19 vaccination pre-programme this year.

As of October 24, these sites had already administered more than 10 million booster doses of the new bivalent vaccine, according to NHS England.


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