19 May 2021
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The NHS App will be available to use as a vaccine passport from Monday 17 May 2021.
A paper version will also be available by calling 119.
You do not need to telephone your GP Practice to ask about the vaccine passport as they are unable to provide vaccine passports and it’s essential we leave phone lines free for people who need medical assistance.
The NHS App is separate to the NHS COVID-19 App, which is used for contact tracing.
You can already use the NHS App to book appointments, repeat prescriptions and see your full medical records.
Your vaccine passport will only show when you have had both doses.
If you don’t have the NHS App, download the NHS App now. It will record when you have had both doses of the vaccine and automatically create a vaccine passport which will be available from Monday 17 May 2021.
If you already have the NHS App, it will record when you have had both doses of the vaccine and automatically create a vaccine passport which will be
available from Monday 17 May 2021. You do not need to do anything.
If you have the NHS App and get a message to say you need to contact your GP Practice, this is an extra option to get full access to your medical records in
the NHS App. To get access to your full medical records in the NHS App, you need to contact your GP Practice and request access to your detailed coded record. Please avoid calling your GP practice at peak hours when people are trying to book appointments, and if possible email the team. The GP Practice will take appropriate time to action your request. This is completely separate from the vaccination information and will not affect your access to the vaccine passport.
If you are planning to travel, please register to use the NHS App at least two weeks before travelling.
The paper letter should be requested at least five days after a second vaccine, and can take up to five days to arrive so make sure to leave plenty of time if you need it to travel.
You can read more:
15th March 2021
WHEN: Saturday 17 April, 4.30pm – 7pm
WHERE: The Brighton Centre, Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2GR
BOOK: By calling the NHS Public Involvement Team on 07443 770 754
This Quiet Session is
being offered to people living in Sussex who are over 30 years old who
may need more time for their appointment, or who have extra access needs
where a quieter and calmer environment would help support them to
receive their vaccination. This includes:
– People with learning disabilities
– People with autism
– People living with a neurodiverse condition
– People living with a Dementia and/or Alzheimer’s
The Quiet Session at the Brighton Centre will offer:
– Fewer appointments, so less people will be there during the session
– Longer appointments to give you more time
– 1:1 nursing care for everyone receiving their vaccination
– The entire appointment will be on the ground floor
– Everyone will be offered the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, so you must be over 30 years old
– Free transport for anyone who needs it (see below for details)
entrance and support them through the Centre to a quiet and private
much more time for your vaccination (up to 20 minutes) and have one
nurse per patient to support you throughout.
who will take relevant details and pass on any additional information
to the vaccination team to make the journey on the day as smooth as
possible. This includes:
– Your name and contact details
– Your date of birth
– Your age (you must be over 30 years old to access this session)
– Your NHS number, if you know this
– Your GP name and practice
– Your ethnicity
– If you have capacity to consent
– Emergency contact details
personal access requirements, and anything you want to let the
vaccination team know in advance to help support you in the best way
they can on the day.
for you to have a safe COVID-secure journey to the Brighton Centre for
all Sussex residents.
entitled to one hour’s free parking in the Churchill Square Orange Car
Park. Please follow these instructions to claim your hour’s free parking
while you have your vaccination:
in the orange car park (Churchill 1), which is located in Regency Road
East, BN1 2RU. The vehicle height restriction is 2.13 meters
– Enter the car park via lane 1 (left hand lane)
– On arrival take a ticket from the car park barrier
to the Churchill Square Security Officer that you are attending the
Brighton Centre for a COVID-19 vaccination. You will need to provide
proof of vaccination appointment for that day (showing the confirmation
you have received on your phone is fine).
– The security officer will then validate your ticket.
1 hour/60mins free parking begins from the minute you enter the car
park. Any additional parking will be charged at normal rates.
17 April at the Brighton Centre, you can call our Public Involvement
Team on 07443 770 754.
Also, you can view more information about the vaccination programme on our website, including details of the services available in each area, latest data, answers to frequently asked questions and links to all the national leaflets and materials. Visithttps://www.sussexhealthandcare.uk/keepsussexsafe/sussex-covid-19-vaccination-programme/ to find out more.
07443 770 754 I firstname.lastname@example.org
22nd March 2021
16 January 2021
I would like to
clarify what is happening about COVID vaccinations locally.
People who are
registered with Hastings based General Practices, for example, Harold
Road, Old Town or Beaconsfield Road, will be called for vaccination
at the Kings Centre on The Ridge, opposite the Conquest Hospital.
People registered with rural practices such as Sedlescombe, Westfield
or Rye surgeries, will be offered appointments at Etchingham.
At present these are
the only places offering vaccination locally.
As time goes on it
is hoped that more local centres will operate.
vaccination is being offered to the over 80’s, front line workers
and care home residents and their careers.
If you are not
registered with a General Practice you will not be offered a
vaccination, to register, contact a local practice.
Please if you are
offered a vaccination do take up the offer. The vaccine is safe and
is the way forward In managing this Pandemic.