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You can be vaccinated against coronavirus (COVID-19) if:
What vaccine should I be given?
If you’re pregnant and have not had a COVID-19 vaccine yet, it’s preferable for you to have the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccine.
This is because these vaccines have been more widely used during pregnancy in other countries and no safety concerns have been identified.
If you’ve already had the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for your 1st dose and did not have any serious side effects, you should have it again for your 2nd dose.
The vaccines cannot give you or your baby COVID-19.
If you ARE PREGNANT and aged 16 or over, you can book your COVID-19 vaccination appointments by emailing or calling the practice and we will book you in to our next clinic as a priority patient.
Ideally email us for an appointment with a GP on firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively you can also book your appointment online at any national site by following the link below:
If you’re under 40, you’ll only be shown appointments for the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccines.
If you’re 40 or over, you’ll be asked if you’re pregnant to make sure you’re only shown appointments for Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccines.
What if I have a question about Covid-19 vaccination during pregnancy?
You’ll be able to discuss the benefits and potential risks of having a COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy at your vaccination appointment.
You can also speak to a GP or your maternity team for advice. Ideally email us for an appointment with a GP on email@example.com
You may also find the COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy decision aid from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (PDF, 643kb) helpful.