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Keep well this autumn and winter

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Don't miss out on the Freshers Week fun. Having both your vaccines is the best way to keep yourself and others well, and avoid missing out on doing the things you love!
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Help us keep you and your loved ones safe.
Wear a face covering.
Covid-19 has not gone away. With vulnerable patients in our care we need
you to keep wearing a face covering when in our building. Thank you for your support.
Jab, test, protect the rest.

Wear a face covering.

Help us keep you and your loved ones safe.

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you would expect to receive.
Our staff should be able to come to work without fear of violence, abuse,
harassment or discrimination from patients or their relatives. We have a zero tolerance
policy for these behaviours.

Please treat our staff with the same respect you would expect to receive.

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Vaccinating children and young people
You may have seen the news that the NHS is going to invite young people aged 16 and 17 to receive a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination, following advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).

Vaccinating children and young people – latest information

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This website provides details for Suffolk and the Colchester and Tendring areas of Essex

Blues’ players give vaccination support

Members of Ipswich Town Football club’s first-team have been getting jabbed and are encouraging others to ignore misinformation on social media, listen to the NHS experts and make the right choice to get vaccinated.

Joe Pigott talks Covid vaccinations | Ipswich Town Football Club

Ipswich Town Football Club

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Christian Walton talks Covid vaccinations | Ipswich Town Football Club

Andy Costin, Head of Sports Science, talks Covid vaccinations | Ipswich Town Football Club

Sone Aluko talks Covid vaccinations | Ipswich Town Football Club


Having your second COVID-19 vaccination?

The NHS in Suffolk and north east Essex wants to make sure residents know what to do when it’s time for their second dose of the vaccine.

New Government guidance advises that second dose Covid-19 vaccinations can now be given at eight weeks. If you are 50 or over, or have an underlying health condition, you can now bring forward any second doses booked on or after May 24. Cancel and re-book on the NHS website.

We are trying all sorts of ways to communicate the importance of having the COVID vaccination. A local group, called the Motley Crew, has recorded a sea shanty song with some important messages - sung to the tune of #Wellerman Get that jab and go

Protect yourself and your family

Getting vaccinated means protecting yourself and may also help to protect your family, friends and patients from the virus.

Coronavirus vaccine

The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is our best defence against the virus. The vaccine is highly effective against the virus causing symptoms and it is currently being distributed across the UK.

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Continue to wash hands, cover face and make space

The COVID-19 vaccine is our best defence against the virus used alongside effective social distancing, wearing a mask and washing your hands.

SNEE NHS COVID-19 Vaccination Service
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