All Frontline or Healthcare Workers Can Now Self-Refer Themselves for a Vaccine

All frontline or social care workers can now easily book their Covid-19 vaccine. They can do this online and the system has been fully introduced to try and help out those who might not have been able to get their injections yet. The booking service allows all of those who work in a big nurse agency or even professionals who are operating in multiple nursing recruitment agency jobs to get their frontline vaccine and this is going to help them to work safely. They are allowed to be given the vaccine whether they work as part of the NHS or not. This means that all staff who might be eligible, including temporary staff and those who work in the independent sector can easily book an appointment. This is of course, for a limited time and you need to make sure that you do it before the 28th of February if possible.

You can do this via the NHS website or you can do it over the phone if you want. If you do want to do it over the phone then you should know that it is free of charge and you can do it from 7am until 11pm. You can do this 7 days a week as well. Of course, as part of the booking process, you will need to declare whether or not you are a healthcare or social worker and you will also need to bring over proof of employment. The new push is going to come from the government and the RCN have even raised concerns that the staff are in fact, slipping through the net. This is designed to stop that while also ensuring that people are really given the support that they need throughout the whole process.

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