Trinity School

COVID vaccine update

This is a message for all our Trinity families -we are sharing this information from the Director of Public Health so that you have all the facts about COVID vaccination if anyone in your family is awaiting a vaccination or has been invited and declined a vaccine. 

 

It may be useful for anyone who is concerned about a family member who has not taken up their vaccination as yet.

 

The Director of Public Health is obviously concerned that there is a risk for anyone who does not take up vaccination when invited and we would want all our Trinity families and friends to have every opportunity to be protected if eligible. 

 

Please note that children are not currently eligible-this about adults in your family and loved ones in your extended family, although some of our older students aged 18 and over have started to receive their invitations.

 

COVID-19 vaccination - public question and answer session Thursday 18 February at 7pm

With lots of myths circulating about the different COVID-19 vaccinations on offer and their effectiveness, Barking and Dagenham Council is organising an online public Q&A session at 7pm on Thursday 18 February.

Local GPs and medical experts will be on hand to provide the latest information about the roll out of the vaccination programme in Barking and Dagenham, and to answer questions about the different vaccines on offer. The event, which is being organised in partnership with Together First, the federation representing GP practices in Barking and Dagenham, and the Barking and Dagenham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), will be hosted on zoom and no pre-registration is required.

All participants need to do is tune in on the night by visiting this webinar link.  More information, including who will be on the panel, can be found at www.lbbd.gov.uk/covid-vaccine.

We hope you find this useful and wish you all the best at this difficult time, 
Warm wishes, 
Sue Ball