• New Easy Read publications are now available. This includes an adult consent form, vaccine leaflet, what to expect after the vaccination and a leaflet for women who might get pregnant, are pregnant or who are breastfeeding leaflet.
  • COVID vaccine programme summary and QA. This contains some frequently asked questions with the answers that may help dispel some myths and provide people with further information to allay any concerns they may have about the vaccine.
  • COVID vaccine resource bank. This contains all the information that you may find useful talking to underrepresented individuals, groups and communities. It includes links to resources such as Easy Read leaflets, translated leaflets, videos of conversations with individuals from underrepresented groups, learning disability vaccine pathways etc.
  • What can I expect when I attend my vaccine appointment. This has some pictures and information to help people understand what to expect when they attend for their appointment. It provides a contact for booking volunteer transport and explains to people there will be extra help on hand for those that need it. It is intended to reassure people that the process is well planned and that they will be made to feel welcome. The feedback we have had from our vaccine clinics has been extremely positive.
  • Video – What I can expect when I attend my COVID vaccine appointment at a GP surgery
  • Video – What I can expect when I attend my COVID vaccine appointment at the large scale vaccination centres
  • Digital GP access card. More information on this is provided here – Individuals do not need a fixed abode to get registered with a GP. This leaflet may help someone to take this to a GP to register. Registering with a GP will help the surgery know they need to invite that person to receive their vaccine. If people still do not wish to be registered they can still receive their vaccine.
  • British Red Cross has launched an Information Hub to encourage families to have informed conversations about the Covid-19 vaccine, based on facts not fiction.  Watch their video below: