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COVID-19 vaccination status
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:
It may take more than a week for your identity to be checked and verified so you can use this service.
If you cannot access the online services, and you have had 2 vaccines, you can request a paper letter from the NHS by calling 119. Only call 119 if you are due to travel abroad in the near future and have had your second dose more than 5 working days ago. It may take 7 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 gov.uk website. Make sure there is time to get proof of your vaccination status before you leave.
COVID-19 Vaccine: The NHS will get in touch when it’s your turn to be vaccinated – please do not contact the Surgery before then
The vaccine may not be given at your GP Practice but at another local vaccination service
The first phase of the NHS COVID-19 vaccination programme has begun. However, initially the vaccination will be prioritised for those over 80, care home workers and residents, and frontline health and care staff. These vaccinations will be delivered through a limited number of Hospital and GP Hubs. See this leaflet explaining who was chosen for the first group and why.
If you are in a priority group, when it is the right time, you will receive an invitation to come forward for your vaccination. For most people this will be a letter (some might receive a call or a text), either from the practice or the national NHS. This letter will include all the information you will need to book appointments, including your NHS number.
This is going to be a long-term programme and it will likely take until at least Spring before all high-risk groups have been offered a COVID-19 vaccine.
Please help us and do not contact the practice or other NHS services to get an appointment for a COVID vaccination until you get this letter. Please also continue to follow the national guidance to control the virus and save lives.
Information on the vaccine is available on www.selondonccg.nhs.uk/what-we-do/covid-19/
Priority Cohort Sequence
1. Older people’s care homes residents and staff
2. People 80 years of age and over, and healthcare and social care workers
3. People 75 years of age and over
4. People 70 years of age and over
5. People 65 years of age and over
6. Adults under 65 years of age at high risk due to medical conditions
7. Adults under 65 years of age at moderate risk due to medical conditions
8. People 60 years of age and over
9. People 55 years of age and over
10. People 50 years of age and over
Key workers, and the rest of the population
Coronavirus - COVID-19
Apppointment changes due to Covid19
Request for medical certification from absence of work related to the Covid-19 pandemic
Updated advice for those who are shielding (July 2020)
St Giles Surgery has suspended all GPs face to face appointments until further notice. We are offering ONLY telephone consultations with the GPs. Please ring us on 02077044720 for a telephone consultation appointment. Please do not come to the surgery. For your repeat prescriptions, please order online from our website, or by emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID -19 update - Everyone who has either a high temperature or a new, continuous cough is being asked to stay at home and any individuals in the same household should self-isolate for 14 days from the day the first person experienced symptoms. − Individuals who are either over 70, have an underlying health condition or are pregnant are advised to follow social distancing more stringently.
Notice: The NHS and Public Health England (PHE) are extremely well prepared for outbreaks of new infectious diseases. The NHS has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and NHS staff while also ensuring services are available to the public as normal.
The risk to the general public is moderate.
Do not go to a GP surgery, community pharmacy or hospital. Call 111, stay indoors and avoid close contact with other people
Further information is available on nhs.uk.
Coronavirus advice for patients who don't speak English
Doctors of the World has produced advice on coronavirus in 20 languages, which were developed with the Red Cross, Migrant Help and Clear Voice. You can access these here.