Covid-19 Vaccination Centre
Bees Pharmacy at 199-201 Rushmore Road, London, E5 0HD is an approved and designated NHS COVID-19 Vaccination Site, operating a Covid-19 NHS Vaccination Centre as the vaccination drive continues to accelerate across the country.
Bookings are now open for all eligible cohorts through the NHS NATIONAL BOOKING SERVICE or by CALLING 119.
You may only book your vaccine through the NHS NATIONAL BOOKING SERVICE or by CALLING 119 once you have received an invitation letter to do so from the NHS. We are only able to vaccinate people that have booked an appointment through the NHS NATIONAL BOOKING SERVICE or by CALLING 119.
If you have received an invitation letter you may book your vaccine by accessing the NHS NATIONAL BOOKING SERVICE or by CALLING 119.
We are unable to directly book patients at the pharmacy. You must wait for your letter and book via the NHS NATIONAL BOOKING SERVICE or by CALLING 119. Follow this link for more information on the Coronavirus vaccination.
What happens at your appointment
When it’s your turn to have the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, you’ll get a letter, phone call, email or text inviting you for an appointment.
You need to have 2 doses of the vaccine and to go to 2 appointments.
The 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine should give you good protection from coronavirus. But you need to have the 2 doses of the vaccine to give you longer lasting protection.
You may be invited to have your vaccination at a Hospital, your GP Surgery, a Vaccination Centre or a Pharmacy.
What happens on the day
You’ll need to bring:
- a face covering, unless you cannot wear one for a health or disability reason
- your booking reference numbers if your appointment is at a vaccination centre
- If you need a carer you can bring them with you on the day.
What happens at the appointment
- Your appointment should last for around 30 to 45 minutes.
- You’ll be asked some questions about your medical history.
- It’s important to tell the staff giving you the vaccination if you have ever had a severe allergic reaction or you are pregnant.
- If your appointment is at a vaccination centre, you’ll be asked for your booking reference numbers.
- You will then be given an injection of the vaccine into your upper arm.
- All places that offer COVID-19 vaccinations will help keep you safe from COVID-19. There will be regular cleaning and social distancing in waiting areas.
After the vaccination
- You may be asked to wait for 15 minutes after having the vaccination. This is in the unlikely event you have a serious reaction to the vaccine.
- Research has found it’s very rare to have a serious allergic reaction to the vaccine. If this does happen, it usually happens within minutes.
- The team will be trained to deal with reactions and treat them immediately.
- You will also be given a leaflet about what to expect after your vaccination to take home with you.