Book your COVID Booster Now
If it is six months since your second COVID vaccine, as someone working in health and social care, you are eligible for a COVID booster. You may already have been contacted by your GP or the NHS. To book yours, go through the national booking system
Or if at Westfield Stratford, just walk-in to our COVID Vaccination Centre. Bring your ID.
BLMK CCG have produced some Q&As about the Booster programme. See here >
Covid-19 vaccines for anyone aged 16 and over
People aged 16-17 can now get a COVID-19 vaccine to protect yourself and those around you from COVID-19. You can book your vaccine now on the national booking system, call 119 or simply walk in to any of the vaccination sites (not pharmacies) listed on here.
Even more sites across north east London with start giving jabs to 16-17 year olds soon.
You do not need to come with a parent/guardian, but please bring proof of age.
Latest advice from the Dept. of Health & Social Care concerning the spread of new variants of COVID-19
NHS Frequently Asked Questions about the COVID-19 Vaccines & Questions Answered about Fertilitiy and the COVID-19 Vaccination >>
Coronavirus Information for service users and the public
National restrictions are in place now in order to slow down the spread of COVID-19.
For more information, please visit the government website here:
May 17. COVID-19 & the Roadmap out of Lockdown: What's Changed?
Below we have attempted to answer some common queries and concerns many people have. This is based on the best public health information we have at present and we hope you find it helpful.
In order to ensure you have access to the most up to date and scientifically informed information on the COVID vaccines, we have compiled a list of resources & films that can be downloaded and shared. It also includes local helplines you can call to speak to a professional, and news of forthcoming live events in your area where you can question the experts.
A - Z of Resources
Animal & human products used in the vaccine - questions answered>>
Barts Health NHS Trust staff share messages in their mother tongue>>
Blood clotting risk and the AstraZeneca vaccination jab: Public Health update, April 2021>>
British Islamic Medical Association>>
Council for Mosques COVID-19 Advice >>
Council COVID-19 Advice Lines & Information
Newham Council COVID-19 Advice Line>>
NHS England COVID-19 Vaccination Information>>
Public Health England (PHE) COVID-19 Vaccine Resources Including Posters & Expert Explainer Videos>>
South Asian Ask the Experts Online Interactive Webinar (February 2021)>>
COVID-19 Explained In Your Language
NHS England have produced a range of vaccine information videos in the following languages -
Arabic Gujarati Polish Punjabi Romanian Spanish Swahili
Each video features an NHS worker describing how, by getting a vaccine, we can protect everyone we know and care about. Clinicians also describe exactly what is in the vaccine, and what the procedures are as the vaccine programme is rolled out across the country.
Click here for films about COVID-19 explained in Sylheti, Gujarati, Tamil, Urdu and Punjabi>>
Part Two, 4 February 2021:
NHS England's Dr Harpreet Sood:
Local NHS staff talk about the vaccine:
The Tower Hamlets Cable Street Vaccine Centre
The COVID-19 Vaccine Explained for People with a Learning Disability or Autism