Covid-19 – Vaccination Programme


The BMA have produced guidance on the Covid-19 vaccine programme that can be seen here.

The information and documents for the Covid Vaccination Programme (CVP) are being published, and in some cases revised and updated, on a frequent basis. In order to access the most up to date information, please look to the following official guidance pages.

GOV.UK Collection of documents relating to the Covid-19 vaccination programme


NHS England » COVID-19 vaccination site sign-up process – guidance for all suppliers including the Enhanced Service Specification Sept 2024 – 31 March 26



Which COVID-19 vaccine? ( : A useful aide memoire poster of vaccine product information. Updated April 2024



JCVI statement on the COVID-19 vaccination programme for Spring 2024


NHSE guidance documents and letters specific to Primary care.

The PGD and the National Protocol can be found on the NHSE national page.



COVID-19: vaccinator competency assessment tool (updated 20 Oct 22)


Covid-19 Learning Disability and Consent



Covid Snomed Codes



COVID-19 vaccinations received overseas.

Details are now included in the guidance for healthcare practitioners


NHS Digital Information on the purpose of the dashboard , how to access it and the data included.



Blood Clotting – A number of national resources, with advice and guidance, are available and can be seen on a dedicated webpage here..


NHS Digital resource for GP COVID-19 vaccination record queries

Find out how COVID-19 vaccinations are recorded, how long it takes, common errors or difficulties and how to get help.


NHS Futures Platform has a dedicated space for the Covid Vaccine Programme that includes documents and also slides and recordings of previous webinars. This website requires sign up to access, but it is very quick and easy to do so.



Specialist Pharmacy Services (SPS) now has a dedicated space for information about all Covid-19 vaccines. It includes a useful “Question and Answers” section for each vaccine. –  Revoking vaccination as a condition of deployment across all health and social care: consultation response.



Full details on the clinical sign off process for exemptions can be found on NHS Digital



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