A HANDFUL of Covid-19 vaccination centres are open for walk-ins today.

Those aged over 12 can grab a jab across the county, from Hythe to Fareham.

It comes after over one million people most vulnerable to the virus have taken up their spring booster. 

Professor Stephen Powis, NHS medical director, said: "With Covid infections still high and thousands of slots still up for grabs, it is important people come forward and protect themselves with the option to book online at a convenient location or head to one of hundreds of walk-ins when they are invited."

READ MORE: Children aged 5-11 now eligible to get Covid-19 vaccine in Hampshire

Walk-ins are available today at Hythe fire station from 10.30am to 6.30pm and at Romsey Rapids from 10am to 6pm.

Across the water, The Heights Leisure Centre on the Isle of Wight is offering jabs from 5pm to 7.30pm.

Fareham leisure centre is open for walk-ins from 11am to 6pm.  

More than 3.9 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine have been delivered across Hampshire and Isle of Wight.

Anyone aged 12 and over can access a jab and children aged five to 11 are also eligible for a special pediatric dose.