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Covid-19 vaccine

COVID-19 mass vaccination programmeNHS staff across Surrey are working hard to vaccinate people against Covid-19.

There’s no need to contact your local NHS services to be vaccinated, they will contact you when it’s your turn.

More at: http://nhs.uk/CovidVaccine

For the latest update see: https://www.surreyheartlandsccg.nhs.uk/news/latest-news/covid-19-vaccination-update-4-january

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Your comments (2 comments)

  • Ashok BadamiJanuary 08

    As the vaccine is only 90% effective; how will I know that I am immunised effectively and am not in the failed 10%. ?

    We are promoting the government message from the scientific experts that An effective vaccine is the best way to protect you from Coronavirus (COVID-19). We can not answer medical questions however Surrey Heartlands (the local GP led NHS organisation) has a Q&A page on their website to which you can submit specific enquiries:
    https://www.surreyheartlandsccg.nhs.uk/your-health/coronavirus-covid-19/covid-19-vaccination-programme

  • Brian NewtonJanuary 08

    How do you communicate with NHS if your contact details have changed? I was advised to contact NHS 111 but was simply taken through a maze of messages reciting priorities for vaccine but apparently no facility to advise change of contact details. I do not drive and would hesitate about walking to Epsom grandstand or getting on the bus or waiting for a bus this weather being over age 80.

    We are not part of the NHS so cannot advise on that complex organisation - your primary point of contact should be your GP and ensuring they have your up to date contact details should flow through the system

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