Do your community/service users need support and reassurance to access the Covid 19 vaccine? Just over 50,000 people in Reading have yet to have their first dose. Scientific data shows that vaccines are our best protection from the dangerous effects of Covid-19, even as new variants emerge.
Covid Information and Question and Answer Session – Online Zoom session
In light of all the recent news and the Omicron variant, we have arranged an online session this Thursday that will include a short talk by Dr Balaji from Melrose Surgery. We will share the support that is available in Reading to access vaccinations, especially for those who need their first or second dose. There will also be plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
Date: Thursday 16 December
Time: Starts at 5pm (for a maximum of an hour)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a zoom link to join the meeting. Please also send any questions you would like answered beforehand if possible.
Online booking for Covid-19 vaccinations during Get Online sessions
Azra, RVA’s Inclusion Development Officer will be available at these sessions to provide any support needed to book an appointment using the NHS National Booking System. Spoken interpretation will also be available. Please share our flyer with further details – we look forward to seeing you on these dates in December!
Thursday 16, Tuesday 21 and Thursday 23 December 2-4pm at Reading Central Library (1st floor).
Please call the Voluntary Sector Vaccine Helpline on 0118 334 1091 to speak to Azra if you have any questions.