Buckinghamshire residents who have questions about COVID-19 vaccinations are invited to sign up to a live online session where a panel of specialists will cover topics such as COVID-19 vaccine facts and how the vaccine is being delivered in Buckinghamshire. There will also be chance to ask questions about the vaccine.
The live event takes place on Wednesday 28 April between 5:30pm – 6:45pm, and members of the public can join the event for free by clicking here: http://bit.ly/BucksVaxWebinar
Jane O’ Grady, Buckinghamshire Council’s Director of Public Health, said:
“The delivery of the COVID-19 vaccination is the largest immunisation programme ever undertaken in the UK, and progress has been very positive in Buckinghamshire, with over 60% of all adults so far having been vaccinated.
“However, while this is an encouraging start, for vaccination programmes to work, they need high coverage or the virus can continue to spread. That’s why I would ask anyone who is unsure about whether to have the vaccine or not to join our live online session. It’s a chance to find out more about the vaccine and to have your questions answered by a panel of health specialists.”
Buckinghamshire Council’s website also has a dedicated COVID-19 area which includes a vaccine FAQ page and local testing information which is regularly updated.
There is also news on local vaccine sites, weekly figures and other updates. This information can be accessed by going to: www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/coronavirus