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Information on COVID-19 Vaccinations
We would like to share with you films that the NHS has produced to encourage and promote the uptake of Covid-19 vaccination across Black Asian and minority ethnic communities and different faith groups.
The films are made with real London doctors, nurses and other frontline staff who came forward to record messages in some of the most commonly spoken languages across the capital – apart from English – to help ensure messages about the importance of getting a COVID-19 vaccine reach all Londoners.
We are aware that there is a lot of misinformation circulating in our communities, therefore we hope that these films can help you to make informed decisions.
The films are available in the following languages:
You can view the script in English and download the relevant individual films to use via this link https://www.england.nhs.uk/london/our-work/covid-19-vaccine-communication-materials/
Here is our Covid19 support page to keep you up to date with any news or resources which might help you during this time.
For the latest information on food vouchers and free school meals, please read this link from 31st March 2020.
The government has launched an emergency package with energy suppliers to ensure no-one faces any additional hardships in heating or lighting their home during the coronavirus outbreak.
This package covers both credit and prepayment meter customers – and it includes a range of options from debt repayment plans to hardship funds where necessary.
For more information on the package put forward by the Government and what Ofgem, the industry regulator, is doing during the outbreak, visit Ofgem.gov.uk.
For further information on how this might affect you, please click on this link for more information.
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