Make this week a week to protect yourself and your patients.
Millions have had their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, including most front-line health care workers, but NHS England և NHS Improvement reminds health care workers, including community pharmacy staff, that by the end of the week , they can prescribe vaccinations through the National Reservation Service.
To ensure that no frontline workers remain, the NHS has launched the National Reservation Service, which allows qualified staff to place orders directly at the Vaccine Center or on a pharmacy-run website.
Using the National Reservation service is quick and easy. You can do this online at nhs.uk/CovidVaccination or call 119 if you are unable to access the Internet.
When booking, you will be asked to prove that you are eligible, տրամադր provide proof of your eligibility while you are at your appointment.
The ability to book directly is only expected to be open until February 28, so if you have not yet had your first vital dose, make this week your appointment week.
The vaccines used are safe և highly effective in preventing serious diseases. Getting vaccinated means protecting yourself so you can be there for your family, friends, and patients.
By taking the vaccine now, you are also taking part in your role in how the whole country can return to normal life.
But it is important to remember that in the meantime, even if you have had the vaccine, we all still need to follow all the guidelines to control the virus and save lives. This means following up on infection prevention և monitoring և testing at your workplace, as well as general advice at work, at home, while you are there.