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Covid-19 Vaccination/Vaccination passport queries

From 17 May 2021, people in England who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can demonstrate their vaccination status for international travel. A full course is currently two doses of any approved vaccine. Vaccine status will be available from: 

  • the NHS App which you can download from app stores 
  • the NHS website (from 17 May 2021)

It may take more than a week for your identity to be checked and verified so you can use these services.

If you cannot access these online services, and you have had two vaccines, you can request a paper letter from the NHS by calling 119. Only call 119 if you had your second dose more than five working days ago. It may take seven working days for the letter to arrive.

This practice is not able to provide you with a letter that shows your COVID-19 vaccination status.

When you're planning your travel, check the latest information on demonstrating your COVID-19 status when travelling abroad on the website. Make sure there is time to get  proof of your vaccination status before you leave.

Recruiting Now for new members for our Patient Participation Group

Have your say about your practice.

We are currently recruiting additional members for our patient participation group (You must be a registered patient here at Whittington Moor Surgery)

We meet every quarter (we are currently organising the meetings via zoom); where we discuss potential new services the practice may be looking at providing, we keep you updated with any staffing changes and updates from the PCN (Primary Care Network). The patients also have the opportunity to raise points to be added to the agenda.  

Interested ??  If you would like to register your interest in becoming a member please send this via our email address: 

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The Government has published guidance on domestic abuse and how people can get help during the COVID-19 outbreak. 

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