1 Receiving the vaccine
The COVID-19 vaccination programme is led by the NHS.
In Sussex, the programme is coordinated by the Sussex Health and Care Partnership.
See the NHS guidance to find out when you will get your jab.
It is important to remember that there is still a chance you might get or pass on coronavirus, even after having the vaccine.
Everyone, including those who have received the vaccine, must continue to:
- follow the current restrictions
- wash their hands
- wear a face covering
- maintain two metres' distance from others.
2 The local COVID-19 vaccination programme
Information about the vaccination programme
3 Help deliver the vaccination programme
Vaccinators and support staff needed
Trained and trainee vaccinators are needed urgently.
We also need people to help support the programme, such as administrators, front-of-house staff, drivers and operations managers.
If you can help, please look at the opportunities being advertised via the link below.Help deliver the vaccination programme (external link)
4 COVID-19 vaccination scam alert
NHS Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust is aware that some people are receiving suspicious calls and text messages offering the COVID-19 vaccination.
Make sure you are alert to vaccination scams by reading their message:COVID-19 vaccination scam alert (external link)