Mandy made this Freedom of Information request to The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation
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Dear The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation,
My husband and I are unpaid carers for his mother who has Alzheimer’s. Can you advise who I contact to inform them of our carer status, so that we will receive our covid vaccinations?
Thank you for your email which has been noted. The Secretariat are dealing
with a large volume of queries concerning the advice of JCVI on priority
groups for COVID-19 vaccination and will endeavour to respond queries on
this. Your patience is gratefully appreciated.
JCVI continues to work on the consideration and review of vaccines for
COVID-19 and advice for the COVID-19 vaccination programme and will
publish further advice at the appropriate time.
The latest statement concerning JCVIs advice on this is available at:
The JCVI statement on first dose prioritisation is available at:
The latest published minutes of JCVI meetings are available at:
Further detail on the groups considered a priority and eligible for
COVID-19 vaccination in the first phase of the COVID-19 vaccination
programme is available from the Green Book immunisation against infectious
Disease chapter on COVID-19 at:
Thank you for your email to Public Health England (PHE) on 12 January 2021
regarding vaccinations. I am very sorry for the delay in responding to
you, we are currently receiving a very high volume of correspondence.
Delivery of the COVID-19 vaccination programme is through the NHS. We
recommend you ask your GP for advice on registering for vaccination or
contact NHS England at:
Telephone: 0300 311 22 33
Email: [email address]
We hope this information helps.
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