COVID-19 Vaccination for Eligible Adults

COVID-19 vaccinations are now available to adults identified by the JCVI (Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation) as being at highest risk of catching the disease and of suffering serious complication COVID-19. If you are eligible, a member of our team will be contacting you to book an appointment. We also require your consent for vaccination.

We are in the process of inviting patients in line with the JCVI (Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation) as instructed by NHS England, the clinics will be held at either The Old School Hall, Clare or at the Surgery. 

This vaccination will be free of charge and our highest priority is delivering the vaccines to eligible patients as soon as the vaccine becomes available.

Through vaccination of those at highest risk, we aim to help protect individuals from becoming unwell with the COVID-19 disease.

A leaflet on COVID-19 vaccination is on the following link – please read:

For women of childbearing age, please read the detailed guidance at:

Please read follow the link for information on the eligible groups

Why you have to wait for your COVID-19 vaccine - GOV.UK (

Suffolk and North East Essex System have launched a Covid-19 Vaccine website which gives a range of information about the vaccination roll out, links to local networks and organisations and a detailed set of FAQs.  There is also information about the vaccination centres and sites across Suffolk and North East Essex with local case studies and sites, including maps highlighting their location. SNEE NHS COVID-19 Vaccination Service (

Click the link to download the Adult consent form. It is important that you sign the consent form and bring with you to your appointment

COVID-19 Vaccination adult consent form

Early indications are that some vaccine recipients may experience a painful/heavy arm at the injection site and may feel tired, or have a mild fever for a couple of days. These are common side effects following vaccinations. If required, Paracetamol may help to reduce these effects and keep you as comfortable as possible following vaccination. Please read the product information for more details on the vaccine and possible side effects by searching Coronavirus Yellow Card.

During the vaccination delivery, we will maintain the range of measures we have in place to reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19. Staff involved in administering the vaccine will be wearing personal protective equipment and will adhere to all infection prevention control measures.

 By arriving at the Practice at your dedicated appointment time and providing your arm for vaccination when requested, you have consented to receiving the vaccine. This is implied consent. It is important to have read the information contained within the leaflet (link above).

Thank you.

When travelling to and from your appointment, please follow guidelines which include keeping a safe distance from others and travelling by car, bike or walking if possible. Where possible wash your hands regularly and use hand sanitiser. Go to and search for ‘staying safe outside your home’ or click on the link.

Form 10 COVID 19 Appointment Information

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