When it’s your turn to have a coronavirus vaccine, the NHS will ask you to attend an appointment at a GP practice (which could be different to your own practice), a community pharmacy, or at a community vaccination site, either by phone call, letter or a text message. The NHS will never ask for payment for the vaccine or for your bank details.
Genuine emails from the NHS are usually sent from ‘NHSNoReply’. If you get a suspicious text message about vaccinations from an unknown number, please delete it.
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I have symptoms of cancer what should I do during the coronavirus outbreak?
You should still contact us if you notice a change that isn’t normal for you or if you have any possible signs and symptoms of cancer.
Even if you’re worried about what the symptom might be, or about getting coronavirus, don’t delay contacting us. Your worry is unlikely to go away if you don’t make an appointment. The symptom might not be due to cancer. But if it is, the earlier it’s picked up the higher the chance of successful treatment. You won’t be wasting our time.
This video explains the importance of going to your GP if you notice any possible cancer symptoms. It lasts for 42 seconds.