Covid 19 Vaccinations

Covid-19 Vaccination Passports

Your General Practice is unable to offer you certification of your COVID vaccination, a vaccination passport or a letter to prove you have been vaccinated against Covid-19.

These proof of vaccination documents have not yet been developed and as such cannot be provided by your GP.  As soon as we have further information we will share it with you.

Covid-19 Vaccination Update

Here at Llanfair Surgery we are not due to receive any Covid-19 vaccines until the end of January but from then we very much hope that we will receive a steady supply which will enable us to roll out the vaccine to all 9 priority groups identified by the Welsh Government.   Please be patient.  When we do get the vaccines we will have to work our way through the priority groups in order.   As a practice we are 100% committed to doing this as quickly as we possibly can, as soon as we have the vaccines.  In the meantime, please do not contact us about the vaccine – we will contact you when it is your turn.  The groups will be vaccinated in the following order at the Halliwell Centre:

Unpaid carers are entitled to a vaccination and we will be calling them in once we reach this category. Unpaid carers of housebound patients receiving a vaccination at home may be able to have the vaccination at the same time. Please
inform us if you are the main carer for someone or receive carer’s allowance.

 

Covid 19 Vaccine Q and A

Y cwestiynau mwyaf cyffredin ac atebion.

What will the vaccine do?

The impact of safe and effective Covid-19 vaccines will offer individual protection as well as greater protection for our loved ones and communities.  In time it could mean that restrictions are eased and we can move further towards a return to more normal day-today life.

What are the side effects of the vaccine?

  Like all medicines, vaccines  can cause side effects, though these are usually mild and only last a few days, and not everyone gets them. Very common side effects include: 
• having a painful heavy feeling and tenderness in the arm after the injection for several days after the vaccine 
• feeling tired
• a headache
• general aches, or mild flu-like symptoms
  • A mild fever may occur for two to three days.
  • Rarely, some people have an allergic reaction soon after a vaccination.
  • When will I be able to have the vaccine?

    The Covid-19 vaccine priority list is as follows:

    • residents in a care home for older adults and their carers 
    • all those 80 years of age and over and frontline health and social care workers 
    • all those 75 years of age and over 
    • all those 70 years of age and over and clinically extremely vulnerable individuals 
    • all those 65 years of age and over 
    • all individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality 
    •  all those 60 years of age and over
    •  all those 55 years of age and over
    • all those 50 years of age and over