All eligible health and care staff who currently work directly with people in need within south east London can now access the COVID vaccination booster programme.
Staff become eligible after six months have elapsed since their second vaccine dose. Any staff that have received their second dose but six months have not elapsed, please wait to come forward.
Eligible staff can book a booster jab through the National Booking System (NBS) here: Book or manage a booster dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk)
If you have any difficulties with the NBS, we can help book you directly into a local site for your booster. If this is something that is of interest to your charity, please fill in this spreadsheet (one per organisation) and send your requests for vaccination to South East London CCG via email to: Selccg.firstname.lastname@example.org who will coordinate this.
SEL CCG will pass your details securely to a local vaccination site, who will telephone you to book a convenient appointment as soon as possible. This could be a hospital, GP practice or pharmacy. Your data will always be managed safely through secure email.
Within the attached form, we require the date of your second vaccine dose. For the borough of preference, you can say ‘no preference’ if you do not mind travelling, or you can choose the borough you live or work in. This offer is for vaccination at sites within the six south east London Boroughs only: Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham, and Southwark.
You will be offered the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine as your booster, unless there is a clinical reason to have AstraZeneca instead (regardless of what brand of vaccine your initial doses were). This applies for all boosters – health and care staff as well as patients.
If you have any questions about the process, you can also contact the above email address where a member of the team can provide swift assistance. There is no deadline but the sooner you get the list over, the sooner you can be booked in.
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