COVID-19 Vaccine – What you need to know

We understand that the myths, questions, and feelings surrounding the Covid-19 vaccine may seem daunting, confusing, and even frightening to some. 

We want to provide the most up-to-date information for our clients, including links to useful sites and NHS advisories in different languages through this difficult time. 


Please see the below options to access the Covid-19 vaccine information in a variety of languages as well as links to:

Vaccine explained

The first-ever Covid vaccine has been approved for use in the UK and inoculations could start this month. The UK government says certain groups will get the vaccine first, including people with underlying health conditions, those working in hospitals and older people. But there have also been fears about the safety of these vaccines and the speed of the roll-out. British Asian doctors explain the importance of vaccines for fighting coronavirus in five South Asian languages: Gujurati, Punjabi, Sylheti, Tamil and Urdu. Please click here to listen.

Vaccine Q&A

Click here for the most frequently asked questions and answers regarding the Covid-19 vaccine.

Busting Vaccine Myths

Some doctors believe fake news could be causing some people to reject the Covid-19 vaccine. Some of these myths include claims the vaccine contains animal products and is not halal, or that it causes infertility. Please click here to learn how these myths have been busted.

NHS COVID-19 vaccine - communication materials in different languages

NHS doctors, nurses and other frontline staff have come forward to help reassure communities that COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective and have been independently tested to the highest standards. Please click below to watch the video in your preferred language:

Other Health Publications in different languages

Please click here to view any and all health publications in a variety of languages.

When will I get my jab?

You will probably be very keen to get your COVID-19 vaccination as soon as possible. Find out more about when you’re likely to be invited, how you will book your appointment and where you can get your jab. Please click here to find out more.


We are also gathering feedback from the diverse communities in Crawley, to plan and deliver new services in response to Covid-19, including money advice. We want to make sure services meet your needs and find out if any other support is needed.

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