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All adults can now get the vaccine.
Book through the NHS national booking service online or by calling 119 (7am-11pm every day). You can also walk in to a local vaccine centre without an appointment.
You can find out more about vaccination arrangements in Hertfordshire at COVID-19 vaccination information | A Healthier Future. This NHS website includes information on walk-in clinics and resources for people who may have questions.
The vaccine is free and only offered by the NHS – they will never ask you for bank details.
Your second dose:
- Should be 8-12 weeks after your first dose.
- You must have the same vaccine for both doses.
More about vaccinations in Hertfordshire – including advice for pregnant women.
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Frontline social care workers and care providers
Frontline social care workers can book their appointment through the NHS national booking service.
The NHS will be in touch with care provider organisations to arrange for vaccinations. If you have any queries about this process, or you're yet to hear from the NHS, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You'll find additional information at Hertfordshire Care Providers Association.
People with learning disabilities
If you have registered your learning disability with your GP surgery, they will contact you to arrange a vaccination appointment. Your family carer can also ask for a vaccine when they contact you.
Alternatively, you can book a vaccine through the NHS coronavirus vaccination booking service (www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination) or by calling 119 free of charge.
Vaccinations for people with learning disabilities - questions and answers (PDF 163KB)
Easy read covid information
If you have any concerns please talk to your social care team or email email@example.com.
You can have the vaccine if you're aged 16+ and meet any of the following criteria:
- you're eligible for a carer’s allowance
- you're identified as a primary carer by your GP
- you're receiving support from your local council or a local carer’s organisation such as Carers in Hertfordshire
- you're the sole or primary carer who provides close personal care or face to face support for an elderly or disabled person who is clinically vulnerable to COVID-19.
The NHS will contact you when it’s your turn to receive the vaccine. They will explain how to book an appointment at a vaccination centre or a GP-supported vaccination site in your local community. You can also book using the NHS national booking service.
Carers of children are not included in this phase, unless the child has serious neuro-disabilities with other complications.
If you're not already known to health or care services as an unpaid carer over the age of 18 please contact your GP practice to register as a Carer and arrange your vaccination.
If you would like help to understand this information or have any queries, please contact Carers in Hertfordshire.
To register with your GP as an unpaid carer, check their website.
Vaccinations for unpaid carers - questions and answers (PDF 165kb)
Face coverings and PPE
Face coverings and face masks - what you need to know.
If you want to donate, supply or manufacture personal protective equipment (PPE), please read our guidance to ensure it's safe for us to use.
Our health and social care workers can't use homemade masks as PPE.