COVID-19 vaccination - rollout of letters to Clinically Extremely Vulnerable people

From Wednesday 3 February, people aged 18 and over in the clinically extremely vulnerable group will start receiving letters inviting them to book their COVID-19 vaccine.
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From Wednesday (3 February), people aged 18 and over in the clinically extremely vulnerable (CEV) group (as identified through the Shielded Patient List) will start to receive letters from the national call/recall service inviting them to book their COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination centre or community pharmacy. 

Your options will be clearly stated in your letter. You do have a choice of where to get vaccinated and can choose to wait for your GP services to contact you directly. Or you can book into a vaccination centre or community pharmacy.

Do you have any questions in relation to the COVID-19 vaccine?

Read our guide: https: //healthwatchbathnes.co.uk/advice-and-information/2021-01-08/your-questions-answered-covid-vaccines 

For further information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine programme, please visit:

https://www.bswccg.nhs.uk/latest-covid-19-updates

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/coronavirus-vaccine/

If you have any queries in relation to the vaccine, you can also email the BSW CCG vaccine query inbox 

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