- Marketing resources have been produced in readiness for promotion of the national COVID-19 vaccination programme, including: social animation and social statics.
- New workplace vaccination posters provide useful reminders about eligibility, how to support colleagues in booking vaccination slots and making sure care services are maintained while staff are off site to attend their appointments. Please note that a Google account is required to access Google Drive.
- Public Health England have produced an easy-read leaflets for people with learning disabilities.
- Learning Disability England has produced a guide for people and organisations that offer paid support to people with learning disabilities to help them to prepare the people they support to make a decision about having the Coronavirus vaccine.
- New resources are available on the Campaign Resource Centre for the Covid-19 Vaccine campaign.
Last Updated 11:00am, 5 March 2021
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The COVID-19 gov.uk website will be frequently updated as the vaccination programme is implemented. It contains links to the following documents, including translations and easy read versions:
Concerned about the COVID-19 vaccine...
We highlight those messages, which we think are most powerful and effective in addressing concerns about vaccination with the following audiences: people concerned about pregnancy and fertility, people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities and people concerned with overall vaccine safety.
Vaccination: health and social care staff
Vaccination: care homes
- FAQs on second vaccinations in care homes
- DCC vaccination: FAQ
- NHS Vaccination FAQs (local). The ‘Together for Devon’ system-wide partnership has produced a set of FAQ, which are useful for everyone and updated on a regular basis.
- The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services has published questions and answers covering a wide range of issues for social care staff.
In this two minute video social care workers question national leaders David Pearson, Dr Nikki Kanani, and Prof Jonathan Van-Tam.
- Direct payments and personal assistants vaccination FAQs
Vaccination: promotional material
Vaccines scams warning
Criminals are sending out texts and emails trying to make money from the pandemic, often with links to convincing fake NHS websites. Please remember that the NHS will NEVER ask for payment details so any requests for them will be fraudulent ones.
Information and advice on scams and how to report them
Recordings of COVID-19 vaccination webinars
Recordings of various webinars in one place.
NHS Devon vaccination stakeholder briefings
National guidance of flu vaccination
On-line course to ensure staff understand this year’s flu vaccination programme.
Flu jab materials
A wide range of resources is available from the national Campaign Resource Centre including:
- Posters – for pregnant women, children 2-3 years old and people with long term health conditions, translated posters for carers
- Social media assets
- Digital screens and web banners
- A range of translated assets – including posters and leaflets
- Easy read posters and leaflets
- Videos for those with a learning disability, or carer of someone with a learning disability, on the importance of the flu vaccine
- Braille leaflets
- British Sign Language videos
- A flu message to add to your email signature
Plus a leaflet explaining why, if a person is eligible, they may be asked to wait for their vaccine.
Learning disability flu vaccination film
Misfits Theatre Company have produced this upbeat film tackling misinformation surrounding the flu vaccination head on and urging people with learning disabilities and their carers to get their free flu vaccine as soon as possible.
Flu vaccination programme for front line social care staff
All frontline health and social care staff are eligible for a FREE flu vaccination this year. There are is no national shortage of the flu vaccine, there are enough doses for 30 million people to be vaccinated in England.
This season, early demand for flu vaccine has also been higher than usual due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. This means that some GP practices and pharmacies will have to ask people to wait until they receive further deliveries.
At present people who are more at risk from flu are being prioritised, including people with long-term health conditions.
You will be able to access your free vaccination via your GP or Pharmacy, and bookings will open again shortly when additional stock becomes available.
Please fill out this simple form to access a letter confirming your eligibility for the vaccine.
To find out more please see Why am I being asked to wait for my flu vaccine?