If you’ve got questions about the Covid-19 vaccination, it’s important to get information from a trusted source, like the NHS.


On this website, you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions such as “how does the vaccine work?”, “how effective will the vaccine be?” and “is the vaccine safe”. You can also ask us a question directly via our regular ‘Ask the Expert’ events. Or, if you’d prefer to consult a healthcare professional face-to-face, why not visit your local vaccination centre? They’d be happy to speak with you, and no one will make you get a vaccination if you don’t want one.

Ask the Expert: Vaccinating 12-15s

Are you aged 12-15? Or a parent or guardian of someone who is? This 'Ask the Expert' event, hosted October 2021, was all about Covid vaccinations for young people aged 12-15.

If you have any questions on this topic, please do email them to us at neeccg.comms@nhs.net. We will pass your query on to the most suitable member of this event's panel and get back to you as soon as we can.

Watch the recording of this event now, or view full-size on YouTube.

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