All unvaccinated adults in Reading can now get a first dose vaccine.
The vaccination centre was initially open for people aged 18 and over living in the areas of Reading undergoing ‘surge testing’ who had not had any doses of a vaccine. The service is now expanding to cover all adults living, working or studying in Reading.
Checklist for those hoping to get a vaccine at Reading Borough Council Civic Offices as part of the extra vaccination programme:
- You must be 18 or over
- You should live, work or study in Reading
- You must not have had ANY doses or a vaccine (to book a second dose, call 119).
- Don’t come to the centre if you have Covid-19 symptoms or have had a positive test in 28 days
- Check Reading Borough Council’s Facebook and Twitter feeds for updates
We now know that people who have not received a vaccine are more likely to become ill or be hospitalised as a result of catching the Delta variant.
We want to make sure people in the most affected areas can get a vaccine if they have not had one yet.
Vaccine clinic information
Please go to the main entrance on Bridge Street.
There is no parking onsite. The nearest carpark is located in the Oracle.
Opening dates and times
- Open now until Friday 2nd July.
- 09:30 to 20:30, seven days a week.
On the day
You do not need an appointment, and you may need to queue. The queue is outside so please bring water/hat/sun cream/umbrella depending on weather.
You should bring a mask with you to wear in the building and proof (if possible) that you live, work or study in Reading.
The vaccine administered at the clinic is suitable for people under 40 and pregnant women.
Having two doses of the vaccine is the best way to protect you and your loved ones from Covid-19. If you have any questions about taking the vaccine or your personal medical circumstances, talk to your GP.
You can find out more about the vaccine programme at