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FOR PATIENTS ATTENDING THE COVID-19 VACCINE BOOSTER CLINIC AT BAMPTON SURGERY ON TUESDAY 28/12/2021

The Covid-19 booster vaccination is a single dose of a messenger RNA vaccine, given no sooner than 3 months after the completion of your primary course (which is usually two doses). Your booster vaccination will be made by Pfizer or Moderna. You may have had another type of vaccine such as Astra Zeneca for your first two doses.   

Further information about the Covid 19 booster vaccination is available here

 

Please follow these instructions; 

 

 STEP 1 - After you have booked your appointment please;

-download, print and complete the first 3 sections (“Patient Details”,  “Clinical Screening” and “Consent”)  of the following questionnaire . You do not need to enter your NHS Number. Bring the completed questionnaire with you to your appointment. Please do not drop the questionnaire off at Bampton Surgery or Carterton Health Centre before your appointment.

-Question 3 of the questionnaire asks if you have ever had a serious allergic reaction to any of the ingredients of the Covid vaccines. The ingredients of the Pfizer vaccine are listed in section 2 and section 6.1 of this document

-if you need to remind yourself about the importance of vaccine, read the Government's information. Easy Read information is available here.

 

 STEP 2 - When you attend for your appointment please;
-go ON FOOT to
Bampton Surgery, Landells , Bampton, OX18 2LJ.  THE CAR PARK WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE SAFETY OF PEDESTRIANS.

(There is very little parking in the immediate vicinity of the surgery. If you bring your car and are unable to park in Landells, we recommend that you treat Landells as a one-way system and do not attempt to turn your vehicle round as this could cause congestion. Continue down Landells to Church Close.)   

-bring your COMPLETED questionnaire from Step 1 (above). DUE TO LACK OF SPACE AT BAMPTON SURGERY AND THE NEED FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO COMPLETE THE QUESTIONNAIRE IN THE BUILDING WHEN YOU ARRIVE FOR YOUR VACCINATION. If necessary, we will give you a blank questionnaire to complete but you will have to do that outside the surgery building. 

-wear clothing which will enable access to your upper arm with the minimum of fuss and inconvenience.

-wear a face-mask. 

  

STEP 3 - After you have had the vaccination please;

-leave the premises immediately via the rear entrance.

-you no longer need to wait in the premises to be observed for 15 minutes

-read the leaflet What to Expect After the Vaccination

 



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