Log in to manage vaccine appointments and consent - User guide for online COVID-19 vaccine registration

After you register for your COVID-19 vaccine you can log in to the system to:

  1. View the status of a vaccination registration.
  2. Ask for a new vaccine appointment.
  3. Consent to a vaccine for you or your child.
  4. Answer medical questions before getting your vaccine.
  5. Stop the vaccination process.

How to log in

Log in using your:

  • password – you set this up when you registered
  • first name
  • date of birth
  • email address – this is the email address you registered with

You cannot log in to the registration system unless you have already registered for your COVID-19 vaccine.

Your vaccine status

Your vaccine status is the first thing you will see when you log in.

This confirms that you have registered successfully.

You can also see what stage you or your child are at in your vaccination process, including if your appointment has been scheduled.

The final stage is when you or your child are fully vaccinated.

Change your vaccine appointments

If you or your child cannot attend your appointment, you can ask for a new one.

You won't be able to choose the day or time or a different vaccine. And you can only reschedule twice.

Only ask for a new appointment if there is a good reason not to attend.

Changing your appointment will delay how quickly you or your child are vaccinated.

You can also request a new appointment by text message.

Consent and medical questions

You will get a text message asking you to give consent online and answer some medical questions.

Giving consent

You cannot get your vaccine without giving your consent.

The text will also contain details on:

  • which vaccine you are getting
  • a link to the vaccine patient information leaflet

Your consent will be for this vaccine. Giving your consent online will make it quicker for you to sign in at the vaccination centre.

If you cannot give consent online, you will have to do so at your appointment.

Read more about COVID-19 vaccines

Giving consent for your child's vaccine

You will need to give consent for their child to get their COVID-19 vaccine.

Read advice on consent if you are a parent or guardian of a child aged 12 to 15

Medical questions

We need to ask you some medical questions before you or your child get your vaccine. This is to make sure the vaccine you are given is safe for you or your child.

Answering these questions online will make it quicker for you to sign in at the vaccination centre.

You or your child cannot get your vaccine without giving this information. If you are unsure of the answer to any questions, ask your GP.

If you do not answer these questions online, you will have to do so at your appointment.

Stop vaccination process

You can leave the vaccination process if you decide you no longer want a vaccine.

If you do this, we will no longer contact you about getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

If you change your mind later, call the COVID-19 helpline.

Last updated: 11 August 2021 at 3:05pm

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