A patient helpline is available to assist with answering questions about the booking process for COVID-19 vaccinations. Call 0344 257 3961 for more information.

Pregnancy and the vaccine

23rd April at 12noon

The ICS and Maternity Voices Partnership will be holding an event to talk about the vaccine and answer any questions or concerns relating to maternity, fertility or breastfeeding. It will be taking place at 12noon on Friday 23 April.

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Information about having the vaccine

Watch a recording from local GP Dr Juno Jesuthasan talking about the vaccine and common side effects.

A Public Health England leaflet:
COVID-19 Vaccination: A guide for adults

England cricketers on the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccinations

Getting the COVID-19 vaccine: Personal experience guide for people with severe mental illness: Part 1

Getting the COVID-19 vaccine: Personal experience guide for people with severe mental illness: Part 2


Appointments for the over 45s

People aged 45 and over are now able to book their coronavirus jab through the NHS website. Visit our FAQs page for more information.

Having your second COVID-19 vaccination?

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

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

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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