HSJ has mapped the more than 1,000 locations across England which have begun delivering the covid vaccination, according to NHS England. 

The map includes hospital hubs, seven mass vaccination centres opened so far, and primary-care run local vaccination centres. These are based on data from NHS England, updated to 10 January.

The map was updated on 14 January to include the six pharmacy sites announced by NHSE that morning. 

Hospital hubs are marked in blue, mass centres in orange, pharmacies in yellow and local GP-led centres — which make up the vast majority — in green.

According to NHSE, 96 per cent of the population is within 10 miles of a covid vaccination service. HSJ’s map includes an overlay of population density based on Office for National Statistics data — this can be viewed by access the map menu at the top left of the map and ticking the box for population density. 

Further GP and hospital services are due to start delivering covid vaccinations this week, according to NHSE, taking the number of locations from the 1,004 mapped below to around 1,200.

More will open in coming weeks and months, with around 1,000 local centres, and up to 40-50 mass centres, being planned.

There are reports from some local centres which have previously begun vaccinating people, that they have had their supply stopped, meaning they may not all still be providing vaccination. They will receive more supply in future.

NHSE statistics also show that, as of 11 January, almost 2.5 million doses of covid vaccine have been given, including 2.1 million first doses. Last week, Boris Johnson said the NHS would offer the vaccine to the top four priority groups — covering just over 12 million people in England — by mid-February. 

NHSE does not publish exact locations, postcodes or street addresses for the vaccination sites, so some of the points on the map are approximate.


Local GP centres: green

Hospital hubs: blue

Mass vaccination centres: orange

Pharmacies: yellow