The NHS in Sussex is on course to offer the vaccination to the first four priority groups by the middle of this month.
The NHS will contact you when it’s your turn.
Services are very busy providing care and rolling out the vaccine, so please wait to be contacted.
The vaccine is being given in order of priority groups. You can read more about when and where you will get your jab here: When will I get my jab?
You can find lots more information, including frequently asked questions, leaflets, and regular updates, on the Sussex Health and Care Partnership website: Sussex COVID-19 Vaccination Programme.
We can get through this together
East Sussex Health and care partnership thank you for playing your part and for continuing to follow the rules. Following the guidance is more important now than ever.
A spokesperson said “The vaccine is one of our best defences against COVID-19 but for now it is essential that we do all we can to stop the spread of the virus. Following the current restrictions and remembering hands, face and space will save lives and help the NHS.
Once you have had the vaccine, there is still a chance you might get or spread coronavirus. It is vital that you keep following the restrictions and rules about social distancing and face coverings for the time being, even if you have had the vaccine.”
Make sure you’re up to date on the rules and get tips for coping with lockdown on the Your East Sussex website.