This page was last updated in December 2021
Getting the COVID-19 vaccine means you can get back to doing all the things you’ve missed, as soon as possible.
Every adult in south east London can book their vaccine right away! If you’re over 18 and live in south east London, you can book your FREE vaccine appointment now by following this link.
For up to date information on the Covid-19 vaccination in Bromley, please visit www.selondonccg.nhs.uk. The website will provide you with a range of information including leaflets, the latest guidance and frequently asked questions.
Booster vaccine dose for people most at risk from COVID-19
Everyone aged 16 and over who had a 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 3 months ago can get a booster dose.
Some children aged 12 to 15 can get a booster dose if they have a condition that puts them at high risk from COVID-19 or they live with someone who has a weakened immune system.
Follow this link to find out who can get a COVID-19 booster vaccine and how and when to get your COVID-19 booster vaccine.
First dose vaccinations for young people
All children aged 12 to 15 will be offered a 1st dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Read the FAQs on vaccinationg 12 to 15 year olds here.
- Covid-19 vaccine materials for people with learning disabilities. The NHS South West region has teamed up with the Misfits Theatre Company to develop a video that encourages uptake of Covid-19 booster vaccinations amongst people with learning disabilities. Download the video from the FutureNHS platform (requires login).
- Launch of VCOD FutureNHS London platform. ‘Confident and compassionate conversations’ – a number of resources, including advice on how to have compassionate conversations about colleagues' Covid-19 vaccination status.
- A series of daily Q&A vaccine confidence sessions, which will focus on staff vaccine hesitancy and be tailored towards specific audiences, are available to sign up to here.
NHS update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) booster vaccine here
- Follow this link for easy-read guides providing information on coronavirus (COVID-19) and vaccination
- COVID-19 vaccination: British Sign Language resources here
- ‘Covid-19 vaccination: A guide to phase 2 of the programme’ here (.pdf) and available online here (Public Health England)
- South East London Integrated Care System (ICS) new Vaccine Facts website
- Members of Black and South Asian communities share in this NHS video their motivation to have vaccines, despite their initial concerns.
- Some of the UK’s black church leaders have come together to reassure their communities about the COVID-19 vaccination and its compatibility with their faith, in this new video made in partnership with the NHS.
- COVID-19 vaccination: guide for employers here
- Newsshopper insert - COVID-19 Vaccinations in Bromley (February '21)
Vaccine confidence conversations resource for health and care professionals here
The ZOE COVID Symptom Study app is the world’s largest ongoing study of COVID-19, with over four and half million contributors. The app has played, and continues to play, a pivotal role in the fight against COVID-19, from identifying high risk areas and people, to generating scientific understanding of symptoms.
The app is delivered in collaboration with King’s Health Partners, an Academic Health Sciences Centre based in south east London.
We are encouraging people who have received a COVID-19 vaccine, to log this in the app, and encourage others they know to do the same. This will help build a picture of the real-world impact of the vaccine rollout, its effects on reducing transmission and help the NHS continue to lead the world in COVID-19 research.
App users are asked to take one minute a day to report their health, including after receiving the vaccine, as this builds our understanding of this disease. The more we understand, the more we can help end the pandemic.
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