Three COVID-19 vaccines – Pfizer/BioNTech, Oxford AstraZeneca and Moderna – have now been approved by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) for use in the UK.
The approval of vaccines is a significant milestone in our response to COVID-19. It follows months of rigorous clinical trials and a thorough analysis of data by experts at the MHRA who have concluded that the vaccines meet strict standards of safety, quality and effectiveness.
Local vaccination sites
Vaccination sites across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire are currently inviting people aged 80 and over, frontline health and social care staff, and care home staff and residents to be vaccinated.
These sites include hospital hubs located at Southmead Hospital, Bristol Royal Infirmary and Weston General Hospital, a super vaccination centre at Ashton Gate Stadium and 16 vaccination sites run by GPs.
GP-led vaccination sites
- Kingswood Health Centre, Kingswood, South Gloucestershire
- Riverbank Medical Centre, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset
- The Greenway, Greenway Community Centre, Southmead, Bristol
- Pudding Pie Lane Surgery, Langford, North Somerset
- Healthwest, Clifton College Preparatory School Hall, Bristol
- Bridge View Medical Marksbury Road Branch, Bedminster, Bristol
- Horfield Health Centre, Horfield, Bristol
- Brockway Medical Centre, Nailsea, North Somerset
- West Walk Surgery, Yate, South Gloucestershire
- East Trees Health Centre, Fishponds, Bristol
- Christchurch Family Medical Centre, Downend, South Gloucestershire
- Shirehampton Group Practice, Shirehampton, Bristol
- Portishead Medical Centre, North Somerset
- Severnview Family Practice, Thornbury, Bristol
- Stockwood Medical Centre, Bristol
- Concord Medical Centre, Little Stoke, Bristol
GP Practices have been working together in groups called Primary Care Networks to provide the vaccine.
Ashton Gate Stadium NHS Vaccination Centre
Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol is our local super vaccination centre which is vaccinating people from 8am – 8pm, 7 days a week.
Wait to be contacted
The NHS will contact you when it’s your turn to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. It’s important not to contact your GP surgery for a vaccination before then.
Staff are working tirelessly to ensure the necessary measures are in place for those most at risk to get their vaccine first. We ask for your patience and understanding – we are doing everything we can to stick to our timelines, however we may need to cancel or amend appointments depending on delivery of the vaccine.