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Corona Virus FAQ

1. Are the vaccines available in surgery- No they are not

2. I have allergies, can I still have it? yes, but further advice to be given at vaccine centre

3. Who definitely cannot have the vaccine? pregnant women and children under 16yrs

4. I have had covid, can I still have the vaccine - yes but not less than 4 week since the infection

5. I'm on long term medication/ blood thinners can I have it? - yes you can

6. What's the waiting time- We don't know

7. Can I be prioritized earlier- No. ( cancer patients newly diagnosed may be an exception)

https://www.anaphylaxis.org.uk/covid-19-advice/pfizer-covid-19-vaccine-and-allergies/

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