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COVID-19 vaccine support

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Here we try to answer your questions and address your concerns about the Covid-19 vaccination. We hear from people who have had their vaccinations and why they felt it was so important to receive protection against this disease. You will also find links to further useful information about the coronavirus vaccines.

 

Answering your questions and concerns about the Covid-19 vaccine

Click on the film below to hear Austin Chinakidzwa, Chair of our Diversity Network; Dr David Vickers, medical director and Kate Howard, chief nurse answering your questions about the Covid-19 vaccine.

Support for vaccine from people in the community

Andre getting a vaccine

Andre

Important everyone has vaccine

André works with young people. He had his vaccine to ensure that he and those around him are protected. He knows two people who had Covid. One recovered well. The other is slowly recovering after being hospitalised.

 

 

Louise getting a vaccine

Louise

Protect yourself, community, NHS

Louise got her vaccine to protect herself and help the public, the community and the NHS. She hopes that by having her vaccine everyone will be able to have more freedom in the future.

 

 

Ali getting his vaccine

Ali

Be safe at work

Ali is an HGV driver who came to get his vaccine as he believes it is very important to take precautions and get protected so that he can feel safe whilst doing his job. He encourages people who are lucky enough to be offered the vaccine to take it as quickly as they can rather than waiting.

COVID vaccine has 95% efficacy

What you should do after the vaccine


You can also watch this video in Kurdish, Polish, Albanian, Romanian, Hindi, Tagalog, Spanish, Bengali, Chinese, Farsi, Gurajati, Nepali, Somali, Urdu (click on the links to watch the video)

Encouragement from local doctors

Vaccine safety with British Sign Language

 

Dr Sajid Mehmood’s message in Urdu

 

Dr Floriana Ellis’ message in Romanian

 

Kasia Wolska’s message in Polish

 

COVID-19 vaccines and your health 

FERTILITY
Dr Gayatri Amirthalingam, a consultant in the National Immunisation team at Public Health England, confirms that the vaccines do not affect fertility.

 

This Q&A factsheet from ARCS (Association of Reproductive and Clinical Sciences) answers more of your questions on fertility, including: Should people of reproductive age receive a Covid-19 vaccine?

Factsheet on fertility corona vaccine

 

UNDERLYING MEDICAL CONDITION
Gifty from Cambridge Community Services NHS Trust shares her experience of having the vaccine with an underlying medical condition.

 

PROTECT YOURSELF
Kay - a Patient Involvement Lead in Luton for Cambridge Community Services NHS Trust - says that having the vaccine protects you and others.

 

DIABETES
Jharna of Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust encourages those with type 1 diabetes to have the COVID-19 vaccine.

No meat derivatives in COVID vaccines

Respected personalities support vaccination

 

Photographs from our vaccination centres

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The staff are wonderful; the receptionists were polite and efficient, the nurses I have seen, were incredible.