Vaccine communications resources

Below you will find resources for promoting COVID-19 and flu vaccination to your audiences. Go to our main COVID-19 pages for the most recent public-facing leaflets, flyers and posters.

Due to the number of materials being produced for social media, we have created a new page.

You can access it here.

If you want to order print versions of leaflets, please access these via the Health Publications website.

NHS staff have recorded messages in some of the most commonly spoken languages – apart from English – in the capital to help ensure messages about the importance of getting a COVID-19 vaccine reach all Londoners. You can access them here.

Q&A with Tulip Siddiq MP on BAME communities and the Covid vaccine

Becky Black (Consultant Anaesthetist at UCLH) on why she got the COVID-19 vaccine

Debunking rumours animation – please acknowledge BEH if used (added 3 February)

Dr. Gayatri Amithalingam – Allergies (added 3 February)

Dr. Gayatri Amithalingam – Childbearing age & expectant mothers (added 3 February)

Dr. Gayatri Amithalingam – Fertility (added 3 February)

Dr. Gayatri Amithalingam – Underlying health conditions (added 3 February)

Dr. Julie Yates – Driven by experience (added 3 February)

Dr. Julie Yates – Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (added 3 February)

Dr. Julie Yates – Robust training for vaccine workforce (added 3 February)

Dr. Julie Yates – Wider determinants (added 3 February)

Millions of people – Facebook (added 3 February)

Millions of people – Twitter (added 3 February)

Public safety – Facebook (added 3 February)

Public safety – Twitter (added 3 February)

Rigorous tests – Facebook (added 3 February)

Rigorous tests – Twitter (added 3 February)

What to expect – Facebook (added 3 February)

What to expect – Twitter (added 3 February)

Runnymede Trust video (added 26 January)

Celebrity video encouraging BAME communities to get vaccinated (added 26 January)

Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine approved

Oxford Trials explainer #1

Oxford Trials explainer #2

Oxford Trials explainer #3

JCVI explainer #1

JCVI explainer #2

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam – what are vaccines?

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam – vaccine ingredients

Becky Black, a consultant anaesthetist at UCLH has shared her reasons for getting the COVID-19 vaccine whilst breastfeeding.

Effie Argyropoulos  (who works in Public Health for Islington Council) speaks about how simple it is to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in north central London.

Dr Pardeep Grewal, Clinical Director, Enfield Mental Health (supplied by Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust) explains why it is important to the COVID-19 vaccine when you are eligible to do so.

Sam Khodabocus, Ward Manager, Enfield Mental Health (supplied by Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust) explains why it is important to the COVID-19 vaccine when you are eligible to do so.

Further communications materials are available from the PHE resource centre:

Operational guidance about the COVID-19 vaccination programme is available on this page: COVID-19 vaccination programme