Coronavirus - latest Vaccination Information

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Coronavirus "Booster" Vaccinations - updated 13/12/21

  • This will be updated promptly as new changes are made day-by-day and also offers a wealth of other information about new developments and what to expect.

  • The NHS is working on plans to offer:

  • a booster dose to everyone aged 18 years old and over

  • a booster dose to people aged 16 years old and over with a severely weakened immune system

  • booster doses from 3 months after the previous dose - currently it's from 6 months after the previous dose

  • a 2nd dose to all children aged 12 to 15 years old who are not already eligible

  • Please note that this is not yet available.

  • We'll update this page once the service is updated. Please wait to be contacted by the NHS.

  • Those eligible for the booster dose of Coronavirus vaccine will be contacted directly by PROCARE, rather than the surgery, when it is their turn. 

  •  The surgery are unable to administer the booster dose because of the industrial freezing requirements of the Pfizer and Moderna jabs  - the ones currently recommended.

Getting Proof of your Coronavirus Vaccination status

  • Within 24 hours of registering your medical records and immunisations will be viewable.This will give you proof of any Covid vaccination you may have had for travel or social events.

  • If you are unable to access this App you can call the NHS helpline on 119 (from 17 May) and request a letter to be posted to you. 

Important

  • If you are not yet eligible or if the locations offered from the link above are not suitable for you please do not call the surgery  - Please wait to be contacted by the NHS.

  • We have no control over where or when the vaccine can be offered and our phone lines are tremendously busy. Thank you for your understanding. Please click here for further details.

Living with a family member who is immunocompromised?

If you are aged over 16 and live in the same household as someone who is immunocompromised significantly enough to be part of the clinically extremely vulnerable group (shielding), then do contact the surgery via AskMyGP and we can forward your details on so you can be booked  in for the coronavirus vaccination. 

Please click here for more general information and advice about Coronavirus

Further information on the vaccination

  • Vaccines are the way out of this pandemic. An effective vaccine is the best way to protect people from coronavirus.

  • Following extensive safety trials and authorisation by the independent regulator (the MHRA), effective COVID-19 vaccines are now available for free in the UK.

 

    COVID Vaccine prioritisation

  • An independent group of experts (Joint Committee of Vaccination and Immunisation) has recommended that the NHS first offers vaccines to those at higher risk of catching Covid-19 and of suffering serious complications or dying from the virus. Click here

 

  • You will be contacted when it is your turn.

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      Caring for someone at home?

  • Please note that unpaid carers are in priority group 6 for vaccination (see JCVI guidance). Please make sure you register with us as a carer.




We all have an important part to play to help the NHS:

Please do not contact the NHS to seek a vaccine, the NHS will contact you.
- When you are contacted, please attend your appointments.
- In the meantime we cannot let down our guard. Please follow the rules to stop the spread of coronavirus.