Covid-19 Vaccine

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Q&A Vaccine video – from the chair of the COVID-19 Social Care Taskforce

Vaccine consent form and letter for healthcare workers

Vaccine consent form and letter for adults

Vaccine consent form and letter for social care staff 

A guide to your COVID vaccination – Easy read from Public Health England

UK COVID-19 vaccines delivery plan – how the UK government was able to build up a supply of vaccines and how it is planning to deploy them

COVID-19 vaccines: Booking a vaccination – Easy read from Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership

The operating model and design requirements for safe delivery of COVID-19 vaccines in the community

‘The Mental Capacity Act (2005) (MCA) and deprivation of liberty safeguards (DoLS) during the coronavirus (COVID-19): additional guidance’– this has a new section on the COVID-19 vaccination

General guidance about the Covid-19 vaccine for England

You must be registered with a GP (doctor) in England to get the vaccine. Find out how to register with a GP here.

Priority groups for the Covid-19 vaccine  from the JCVI (updated 30 December 2020)

Guidance about how the vaccine will be rolled out and how decisions about eligibility will be made.

Posters and other accessible resources from Public Health England about the vaccine roll out.

Information video about ‘What is a vaccine?’ from NHS England

Guidance about what to expect after your Covid-19 vaccine.

Guidance about the vaccine for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

This guidance is for people who live in England.

There is different guidance if you live in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.  Click on the link for the country you live in to read the guidance for that country.

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