COVID-19 Information

Latest Vaccination News

For general Covid vaccine information please visit: COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Programme - Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (

If you have any queries regarding Covid vacination please contact the Cardiff and Vale UHB vaccination line on 029 21 841234 or by e-mailing 

Spring 2022 Booster Programme

The Spring Booster Programme is being delivered by the Cardiff and Vale UHB Mass Vaccination Centres. The Practice is not directly involved.

The following cohorts are currently eligible for a Spring Booster:

  • Adults aged 75 years and over
  • Adults 74, turning 75 by 30th June
  • Residents in a care home for older adults
  • Individuals aged 12 years and over who are immunosuppressed (as defined in the Green book)
  • Housebound patients lists are currently being worked through. Any queries relating to housebound patients  should be sent to: I
  • Immunosuppressed Patients (Immunosuppressed patients will receive two vaccinations, as well as another dose a minimum of 8 weeks after their second dose). This will complete their primary course. Immunosuppressed will also receive a booster 3 months after their final primary dose. If you feel you fall under this category, please update the team via

Please note: Appointments are being sent out based on patients that are waiting the longest first, through the eligible cohorts. The Spring Booster Programme will end 30th June

Autumn Booster Programme Plans will be implemented following further direction from Welsh Government concerning the Autumn Booster Programme, and we will provide further updates as necessary.

Cardiff & Vale University Health Board’s Vaccination Centres

BAYSIDE Bayside MVC, Olympian Drive, Cardiff, CF11 0JS

  • Walk-ins for first vaccines (12+) Mon-Sun 1000-1900 
  • Walk-ins for second vaccines (12+) Mon-Sun 1000-1900 
  • Walk-ins for booster vaccines (18+) Mon-Sun 1000-1900

HOLM VIEW Holm View Leisure Centre, Skomer Road, Barry, CF62 9DA

  • Walk-ins for first vaccines (12+) Mon-Sun 1000-1900  
  • Walk-ins for second vaccines (12+) Mon-Sun 1000-1900
  • Walk-ins for booster vaccines (18+) Mon-Sun 1000-1900

SPLOTT Splott MVC, Splott Road, Cardiff, CF24 2BZ

  • Walk-ins for first vaccines (18+) Mon-Sun 1000-1900
  • Walk-ins for second vaccines (18+) Mon-Sun 1000-1900
  • Walk-ins for booster vaccines (18+) Mon-Sun 1000-1900
  • Strictly NO under 18s should come to Splott due to lack of Pfizer vaccine on site.

Covid Pass

You can get an NHS COVID Pass if you are aged 16 or over and:

  • you were vaccinated in Wales or England
  • you are not vaccinated but want to use the pass to show a negative lateral flow test result 

 To access your Covid Pass please follow this link

Call 0300 303 5667 to request a COVID Pass if you are unable to use the digital NHS COVID Pass or would like a bilingual certificate.

Please do not contact the surgery as we cannot provide you with the necessary certification. 

The Welsh Vaccine Certification Service will be able to offer advice if you have any problems accessing your pass - they can be contacted by telephoning 0300 303 5667

Covid Passes

Covid passes draw information from the patient’s GP record, so you must be correctly permanently registered with a GP in order to obtain a Covid pass. Vaccines administered abroad (including Scotland and Ireland) will not appear on the Welsh Covid Pass. In cases where a patient has received 1 or more doses abroad, please contact

Vaccines administered in England should now appear on a citizen’s Welsh medical record. For cases where 1 or more doses are not appearing, please contact

If patients would like to request a paper copy of their Covid vaccine record, please contact 0300 303 6667.  

If you cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons - There are a few reasons why someone cannot get vaccinated for medical reasons.

These include:

  • severe allergies to all available vaccines
  • a previous adverse reaction to a vaccine
  • learning disabilities, autism or a combination of impairments

If any of these reasons apply to you, you can get a domestic NHS COVID Pass because of your situation. This will enable you to use the domestic NHS COVID Pass wherever you need to prove your COVID-19 status.

You cannot use the domestic NHS COVID Pass exemption for travel abroad.  



COVID-19 antiviral and antibody treatments

Some people are now eligible to receive antiviral and antibody treatments for NHS patients at greater risk from severe COVID-19.

There are 2 ways in which you can receive antiviral treatments:

• as part of your standard care if you are at highest risk of severe COVID-19 and extremely vulnerable

• through a UK wide antiviral study called PANORAMIC available to COVID-19 positive patients over 50 or 18-49 with underlying health conditions

Antivirals will be used alongside the vaccine, which still remains our most effective tool.

To find out whether you are eligible for COVID-19 treatments or participation in a UK-wide antiviral study visit

Please do not contact the Practice as we cannot initiate this treatment.












If you would like further information regarding the mass vaccination programme see:

Programme Information - Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (

Or, contact the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board COVID Vaccination queries line - 029 21 841234 or email 

Please do not call the surgery, in order for us to keep our lines free for urgent healthcare problems.



Advice & Information

Face Coverings

It is still compulsory for people over  the age of 11 to wear a face covering in Health & Social Care facilities unless you are exempt.

You do not require a letter from the surgery to be exempt, and you can download a letter or card to your mobile phone on the government site - click on the link below:

Face covering exemption letter

Welsh Government website

Includes frequently asked questions.




If you are worried about symptoms of Coronavirus you should:

  • Only call 111 or the Practice if the symptom checker advises you to
  • If your symptoms do not improve after 7 days, or your symptoms deteriorate, please telephone the Practice during opening hours or 111 when we are closed.
  • Contact 999 for all Medical Emergencies.

Please do not attend your GP surgery, community pharmacy, or A&E department if you have any symptoms of Coronavirus, to continue to stop the spread of infection.



Recovering from Covid

Whether you are recovering from COVID-19 after spending time in hospital or being isolated at home, or if you have been unable to access care and support for your health condition during lockdown, the following information gives guidance on how you can manage your recovery, understand and identify the side-effects, and know when you should access further support.


Further information can be found on the Welsh Government guidance website.