COVID-19 vaccinations

UPDATED COVID-19 vaccine 

Our focus now is reaching those who have not yet been fully vaccinated. Please use the materials in the toolkit among your owned channels,

The toolkit includes:

  • NEW assets in different languages to encourage take up of the vaccine
  • NEW  second dose for 12-15 year olds messages
  • Vaccine hesitancy toolkit for Black African and Black African Caribbean communities

Download the COVID-19 vaccine toolkit


We are also sharing David's story from Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust who had both vaccines but required treatment from hospital. He is an advocate of the vaccines and says having them saved his life. Please like and share our Twitter thread from this afternoon, or Facebook and Instagram post later this afternoon.

There is also a new suite of Midlands Coronavirus vaccines assets that have been produced. Regional messages have also been shared via the NHS Midlands Twitter account here.

The PHE campaign resource centre (no log in needed) has a host of materials to download covering the vaccinehealth behavioursuniversity studentsschools and collegesworkplace testingcommunity testingisolationpharmacy collect and NEW NHS infection prevention and control assets from the nursing team.

COVID vaccine booster - videos in alternate languages

A range of videos have been created in a variety of languages for use to promote the booster vaccine and inform the public of the benefits in their own language. 

The languages covered are, with more to follow soon: 

  • Polish
  • Hungarian
  • Romanian
  • Czech
  • Hindi
  • Pothwari
  • Urdu
  • Italian
  • Arabic
  • Bengali

Please share the relevant videos to help spread the message to audiences about the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine programme.

Please find all the videos to use linked here.

Winter comms (UEC)

We appreciate all efforts across the system and this week we would like to thank everyone for their continuous help and support in pushing COVID-19 booster materials. All winter activity is hugely important so please do continue to share messages on our additional priorities as well.

REMINDER NHS111 online first

(Target audience: all adults with a focus on young people (20-29) and parents of children aged 5-12 years)

Our online resource page includes a range of national and local collateral.

Visit our 'NHS 111 online first' resources

(Target audience: over 50s / those with long term conditions)

We've created an online resource page containing a variety of materials.

Visit our 'NHS App' online resources

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