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    Information on the Coronavirus

    New guidance for booster vaccinations In response to concerns about the new Omicron variant, the JCVI has recommended that booster vaccinations should be offered to all adults and that the gap between the second dose and booster is reduced to a minimum of 3 months.
    People who are severely immunosuppressed and have had their 3rd dose will also be offered a booster, a minimum of 3 months after their third dose.
    These recommendations will come into effect from 13 December. As before, people will be prioritised according to age and risk, and the NHS will contact you when it is your turn for your booster.
    Unfortunately we are not able to offer boosters to people under 40 due to the need to maintain other vital primary care services.
    However, there are a number of local vaccination services available which you will be able to choose from using the NHS National Booking Service.
    If you are aged 40 or over or in an at risk group and had your second dose 6 months ago, you can book your booster now at
    www.nhs.uk/covidvaccine or by calling 119.
    Otherwise, please wait to be contacted

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The COVID-19 vaccination will reduce the chance of you suffering from COVID-19 disease. Like all medicines, no vaccine is completely effective, and it takes a few weeks for your body to build up protection from the vaccine. Some people may still get COVID-19 despite having a vaccination, but this should lessen the severity of any infection.

The vaccine cannot give you COVID-19 infection, and two doses will reduce your chance of becoming seriously ill. Please inform the person giving the vaccination, if your child:

  • has had a severe reaction to any medicines, including vaccines,
  • is allergic to anything, or
  • has a condition for which he or she has, or is receiving medical treatment

Follow the guidance in your workplace, including wearing the correct personal protection equipment and taking part in any screening programmes. Like all medicines, vaccines can cause side effects. Most of these are mild and short-term, and not everyone gets them.

Please read the product information for more details on the vaccine and possible side effects by searching Coronavirus Yellow Card. You can also report suspected side effects on the same website or by downloading the Yellow Card app. Visit coronavirus-yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk

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