BREAKING: Covid-19 vaccinations for UCL students available from The Bloomsbury Surgery

Free Covid-19 vaccinations are available for UCL students this Saturday

The Bloomsbury Surgery near UCL’s campus is offering UCL students a free Pfizer Covid-19 vaccination this Saturday 5th June.

Vaccinations will be available as part of the UK’s national vaccination programme from 12.00pm to 4.00pm this Saturday. Both home and international students are welcome, but international students must have been in the UK for at least six months and have six months in the UK remaining.

The Bloomsbury Surgery’s Hunter Street Clinic is located at 8 Hunter Street, Kings Cross, London WC1N 1BN.


To get the vaccination you will need to be bring your UCL student card or a valid Statement of Student Status letter and be registered with The Bloomsbury Surgery.

If you are currently registered with another GP surgery, or not registered with any GP surgery, you can register at The Bloomsbury Surgery there and then on the same day if you live within their catchment area. To register at the Bloomsbury Surgery you must bring a valid form of identification such as a passport or driving licence. Or you can register in advance on their website.

You will be invited to have your second dose at the clinic. If this is not possible, you can select an alternative location when you book through the NHS England vaccination website.

Don’t worry if you aren’t available on this date, The Bloomsbury Surgery will be offering other vaccination clinics in the coming weeks.

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