Do you have questions about the vaccine? - New service for health and care workers

If you or your staff and colleagues are unsure, have questions or concerns about getting your Covid-19 vaccine, it might help if you talk confidentially to one of the clinical team at the North East London staff vaccination hesitancy advice service, who will be able to answer your questions about the vaccine.  

The vaccination hesitancy advice service is a clinically led safe space that can answer questions, provide evidenced based advice and guidance and where necessary signpost you to other experts and leaders to help you make the right health choice for you. 

You can arrange an appointment to talk to one of the team in your borough by calling: 

Barking, Havering and Redbridge: 

Barking and Dagenham 020 85922 280 Monday - Friday 9am – 5pm 

Havering 07480 067 213 Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm 

Redbridge 020 4506 8840 Monday to Sunday 8am - 8pm 

City and Hackney  

07706 735 915 Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm  

Tower Hamlets, Newham and Waltham Forest  

Tower Hamlets 020 73643 030 Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm 

Newham 07859 776 461 Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm 

Waltham Forest 020 85193 999 Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm  

There are also daily drop-in vaccine confidence Q&A sessions that offer an opportunity to ask specific questions you might have about the Covid-19 vaccines and are tailored towards a specific audience. They are hosted by a relevant clinical professional who will answer your questions and signpost you to additional information.   

The dates and themes are:  

  • Saturday 29 January: 7pm – 8pm - Vaccines and Your Faith
  • Sunday 30 January: 7pm - 8pm - Vaccines and Your Faith
  • Monday 31 January: 12pm – 1pm - Vaccines for Nursing and Midwifery staff
  • Tuesday 1 February: 1pm – 2pm - Vaccines and Fertility
  • Wednesday 2 February: 12pm – 1pm - Vaccines for Healthcare Students
  • Thursday 3 February: 4pm – 5pm - Vaccines and the Science  

You can register for these sessions here: