Book your COVID-19 Vaccine Booster (Moderna) Below

To be vaccinated at Community Pharmacy, you must be registered with a GP in Northern Ireland and in an eligible cohort as defined by the COVID-19 vaccination programme.

Eligible cohorts for COVID-19 Vaccine Booster (Moderna);

  • Frontline Health and Social Care Workers
  • Over 18's 
  • Carers (18 years and older)  - See Definition below
  • Household Contacts of Immunosuppressed Individuals (18 years and older) - See Definition Below

All patients must have a minimum of 3 months between administration of their 2nd COVID vaccine dose and their booster.

The COVID-19 Vaccine Booster (Moderna) is available at the following locations, please select your nearest location to book:

Due to high demand, there may not be any available slots at the moment but please revisit our site over the coming days, when more slots will become available. We apologise for any inconvenience


    MediCare Pharmacy Group, as the largest local pharmacy chain in Northern Ireland, are delighted to be able to further support our local communities, by providing the COVID-19 Vaccine Booster (Moderna) Service across Northern Ireland.

    Please note

    • COVID-19 Vaccine Booster (Moderna) is only available to individuals registered with a GP practice in Northern Ireland.
    • Members of the public can only receive the COVID-19 Vaccine Booster (Moderna) from the pharmacy if they fall into one of the cohorts of patients as approved by the Department of Health
    • The pharmacy is required to carry out patient eligibility checks and patient health checks prior to any vaccine being administered.
    • Patients will be observed for a short time after the vaccination

    Definitions of Cohorts

    • Carers (18 years and older) – Carers are people who, without payment, provide help and support to a family member or a friend who may not be able to manage without this help because of frailty, illness or disability. Carers can be adults caring for other adults, parents caring for ill or disabled children or young people who care for another family member.
    • Household Contacts of Immunosuppressed Individuals (18 years and older) - Immunosuppressed individuals will be identified by GPs/Trusts and a letter issued to them advising that those who live with them are eligible to receive a booster dose. The letter should be presented to the community pharmacist as proof of eligibility