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NHS Fife is working with the national scheduling system and people are being contacted directly to invite them to attend for a vaccination. If you would like to know whether you are currently eligible for a vaccination, please visit NHS Inform.
Unless you are over the age of 80, or you are housebound, your GP does not have details about when you will get your appointment letter, so please contact the national helpline. Priority list for the roll our of vaccination programme in Scotland. When and where you will attend for your first and second vaccinations and how you will be notified of you appointments. How to change your appointment if the date, time or location is unsuitable for you or you want to be removed from the vaccination process.
How the vaccine is given and how to prepare for your appointment.
Watch a video of a typical appointment here. What to consider after your coronavirus vaccination appointment. What to do if you think you should have received a vaccination letter by now but have not.
Please note that unless you are in the over 80's group you should not call your GP or your vaccination clinic. The planning of the vaccination programme is a huge logistical challenge and therefore requires careful planning and is constantly monitored and reviewed to ensure best use of our available buildings, resources and to balance vaccine supply with appointment demand.
For this reason the much larger and younger age groups in Cohort 10 and above 49 years and below will, in most instances, vaccinated at one of our four new main vaccination temples to allow us to provide first dose vaccinations in parallel with those receiving their second dose at our smaller clinics. These larger venues will also help to ensure a greater volume of appointments at accessible locations across Fife. The national scheduling tool allocates appointments at one of these four centres based on latest available appointment and club closest location to your home postcode.
We encourage you to attend your appointment at the earliest date, even if this may involve travelling to one of our 4 venues rather than the venue closest to your home. If this is not possible you can reschedule for a later date and a venue closest to your home, by either following the instructions on your appointment letter, rearranging online or by calling the national helpline on: This is also a community fife centre.
Those attending for vaccination will be asked to present their blue envelope appointment letter to gain access to free parking at the Kirkcaldy Centre Car Park, which can be accessed via Hunter Street. These 13 original clinics will continue to be used to administer second dose appointments to JCVI priority cohorts The opening dates and times of these clinics will vary until all those who received their first vaccination in March have received their second dose.
At this stage it is expected that these second doses should be complete by mid-June. It is then anticipated that some of these venues will cease being womens as vaccination clinics as they will be adult to return to community use. Letters confirming second appointment dates will be sent following attendance at the clinic for your first vaccine and well in advance of the second appointment date.
The trigger for generation of the second appointment is your attendance at the clinic. Appointments are then arranged by the national scheduling team and are not made locally. Unless you are in the over 80's group belowyou should not call your GP or attempt to call your vaccination clinic. The Scottish Government issued a statement last week 30th April highlighting an error in the national scheduling system, with a round 8, people across Scotland not being automatically called for their second vaccine appointment.
These individuals have all now been identified and will receive an appointment shortly. Changes have been made to the national scheduling system to ensure these problems are not repeated. If an interval longer than the recommended interval is left between doses, the second dose should still be given preferably using the same vaccine as was given for the first dose if possible. The course does not need to be restarted.
We are now pleased to confirm that appointment letters for adults with learning disabilities, who have not already been vaccinated are now being issued. Appointments will start from 10th May. If you require someone to consent on your behalf, please bring evidence that they are able to do this, such as an Adults with Incapacity Certificate. Most individuals will be given an appointment at one of our community venues. If you cannot access a community venue, again you can speak to your GP who will be able to refer you to the Learning Disabilities pathway team to make a bespoke arrangement.
If you did not receive a letter and feel you should have, please let us know by completing the missing invitation form. They are also regularly reviewed after approved to ensure the vaccine meets high standards of effectiveness and safety. For more information on the clinical recommendations, please visit NHS Inform.
The JCVI has made clear that the advice to use of the Pfizer product for the age group is based on the current low prevalence of the virus and the availability of alternatives to the Astra-Zeneca vaccine. If the situation changes the advice is that vaccination of adults aged years with any of the UK authorised vaccines is always better than no vaccination, except where there are specific contraindications. It remains crucial that everyone who is offered a vaccination takes up the offer.
Everyone who has received their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine safely should receive their second dose as this gives greater and longer lasting protection against the virus. Following changes to the JCVI advice on the use of alternative vaccines for the under 30s population, from Monday 26th Aprileligible unpaid carers those who provide regular face-to-face care for another personwill now need to self register via the national helpline on to receive their COVID vaccinations.
Please note that if you have already registered with the service, received your vaccination or a letter of appointment, there is no further action to take, and no need to call the helpline. We appreciate that the public are keen to be vaccinated as soon as possible.
The appointments for temporary residents is progressing currently. The Board has been provided with a list of those registered temporarily with GP Practices and is working to reconcile this and to issue appointments. Those appointments will be issued in line with JCVI cohorts, those aged will be appointed first. We apologise for any delay and offer assurance that the team are working very hard to ensure people get their appointments as soon as fife.
You can find out more information about the clinic sites below. Womens is being offered the coronavirus vaccine Priority list for the roll our of vaccination programme in Scotland. How you will get the coronavirus vaccine When and where you will attend for your first and second vaccinations and how you will be notified of you appointments. Rearrange or opt-out of your vaccination appointment How to change your appointment if the date, time or location is unsuitable for you or you want to be club from the vaccination process.
At your coronavirus appointment How the vaccine is given and how to prepare for your appointment. After your coronavirus vaccination appointment What to consider adult your coronavirus vaccination appointment. Missing appointment details What to do if you think you should have received a vaccination letter by now but have not.
Second appointment dates Letters confirming second appointment dates will be sent following attendance at the clinic for your first vaccine and well in advance of the second appointment date. Second appointment dates - update For those awaiting second doses: People should only contact the Helpline about a second appointment if it has been 11 weeks or more since their first vaccination. The course does not need to be restarted People in these circumstances can call the helpline on call the National COVID Vaccination Helpline on daily, 8am — 8pm Other groups Pregnancy, breastfeeding and women of child-bearing age The t Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation JCVI has advised that all pregnant women should be offered the coronavirus vaccine at the same time as people of the same age or risk group.
This means you could be invited to have the coronavirus vaccine at any stage of your pregnancy, depending on when you become eligible. The coronavirus vaccine can be given at any stage during pregnancy. The coronavirus Pfizer BioNTech and Moderna vaccines are the preferred vaccines for pregnant women of any age. Those who are pregnant and elligible for the vaccination will be called forward in line with their cohort. Find out more information on NHS Inform.
Children and young people It is important to note that children and young people under 16s are currently not eligible for the vaccine. Vaccinations for the over 80s Those aged over 80 who live in a care home have been vaccinated in that setting — in instances where an individual has not been vaccinated thus far, for example if they were COVID positive or not in the care home at that time our teams are continuing to visit care homes to ensure all are offered a vaccination. Vaccinations for long-stay patients Long-stay inpatients, are being vaccinated on site in hospitals across Fife, in line with JCVI guidance.
Shorter stay inpatients, aged over 80 will be vaccinated by their GP after their discharge. Those aged under 80 will be vaccinated in the community in line with JCVI guidance after they are discharged. Vaccinations for those on the shielding list Vaccination invitations for those identified as clinical extremely vulnerable have been issued. If you have not received an appointment please refer to the missing appointments details above. Vaccination programme updates Update for appointments for adults with learning disabilities We are now pleased to confirm that appointment letters for adults with learning disabilities, who have not already been vaccinated are now being issued.
Adult vaccine leaflet Adult vaccine leaflet Health care worker leaflet Healthcare worker leaflet Social care worker leaflet Social care worker leaflet Pregnant women and those of childbearing age leaflet Pregnant Women and women of child bearing age advice leaflet Data on vaccinations in Scotland This data will be updated weekly and will be published within the Statistical report on a Friday, on the Public Health Scotland website. Prevention and protection Information on what you can do to prevent catching Coronavirus.
Self-isolating guidance. Information for parents and carers. Donations and offers of help.Fife adult womens club temple
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