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WE NEED AT LEAST 48 HOURS TO PREPARE THESE FOR YOU. REPEATS GIVEN TO US ON FRIDAY, WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL THE FOLLOWING TUESDAY, AFTER 2PM AT THE EARLIEST.
COVID VACCINATION The Rollout has started, and we are sending out invitations, starting with the most vulnerable patients. PLEASE BE PATIENT AND WAIT FOR YOUR LETTER.
Rescheduling of second coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine appointments
Due to new advice from the UK Chief Medical Officers, appointments for second coronavirus vaccinations are being rescheduled. The new medical advice is that the second dose of the vaccine remains effective when given up to 12 weeks after the first dose, and should be given towards the end of this 12 week period.
While people need two doses of the vaccine to get the best long-term protection from the virus, they will still have a significant level of protection at 22 days after they have received the first dose. The new guidance will also help ensure that as many people as possible benefit from the first dose of the vaccine as soon as possible. Please be reassured that there are no safety concerns in the new guidance, and it will not impact on how effective the vaccination is in protecting people from Covid-19 once the course is complete.
You do not need to call us. We will call you to reschedule your second vaccine appointment.
It is important to note that even when you have received your vaccine, you must continue to follow government guidance on social distancing and wearing a mask, as well as the additional measures in place in your area.
For more information on the vaccine, please visit www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination
(Site updated 25/05/2021)