GPs, working together with Sefton’s two Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), are rolling out COVID-19 vaccinations across the Borough.
People most at risk of COVID-19 or aged over 80, and care home staff and residents are being invited for their immunisation first.
Letters have also being sent to people in England aged 70 and those listed as clinically extremely vulnerable.
GPs and their teams are also prioritising going out to housebound patients this week too.
Anyone over 70 who has not yet received a vaccination appointment or their first dose is now being urged to get in touch with the NHS. You can make an appointment here
So if you are aged 70 and over and haven’t had your first dose yet, please come forward now by
- making an appointment online
- phoning 119.
People in other age groups are asked not to contact their GP practice or the NHS to seek a vaccine. And when you are offered an appointment, please attend at the booked date and time.
To get a vaccination, you need to be registered with a GP surgery in England. You can register with a GP if you do not have one.
You can find more Easy Read documents about what to expect at your vaccine appointment and some reassurance about fertility and the vaccine on the government website.