We need your continued support to promote the COVID-19 vaccine via your owned channels, platforms and networks. This page includes materials, or links to resources, to accompany messages.

A link to the CCG's webpage about the vaccine should be included in all messaging as it signposts to relevant and valid sources of information: https://www.blackcountryandwestbirmccg.nhs.uk/your-health-services/health-advice/covid-19-vaccination

People can walk in to one of the sites without an appointment or book using the online National Booking System or call 119.


Materials to promote the vaccine

A reminder that there is a wealth of resources to help promote vaccines uptake, [resource centre does not need a log in to download these materials] including:

COVID-19 resources in Russian and Ukrainian

COVID-19 programme resources for adults, pregnant women, children aged 12 to 17 and boosters are now available in Russian and Ukrainian to download or to order as paper copies.


Other useful resources

COVID-19 vaccination misinformation
Sharing false information about the COVID-19 vaccine can be dangerous. Inaccurate claims can circulate quickly. You can stop the spread of misinformation by checking the accuracy of information before passing it on. The Government has a social media campaign to tackle false vaccine information, find out more and download the toolkit here: COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation Toolkit | DCMS (dcmsblog.uk)

Vaccine hesitancy toolkit for Black African and Black African Caribbean communities
There are audiences identified as being a high-risk either by setting or community, or that have low trust or low engagement with the NHS. Currently, Black African and Black African Caribbean communities have the highest hesitancy compared to other ethnic groups.To reach these communities will require a more targeted approach. Click here to download COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy toolkit

Translated leaflets
Please find below translated images to encourage people to get their vaccines even if they don't have ID, address, or GP registration:

Please find below links to translated COVID-19 vaccine leaflets 

More translated material are available on the PHE resource centre here