NHS and care home staff in England: share your experiences of vaccination

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<span>Photograph: Nick Potts/PA</span>
Photograph: Nick Potts/PA

NHS staff in England will be expected to be vaccinated against Covid by April next year under plans to make vaccination compulsory. Sajid Javid has already made it mandatory for care home staff in England and from 11 November, care home workers will have to prove they have been double-jabbed or face being dismissed.

We would like to hear from managers and staff about their experiences of being vaccinated.

Share your experiences

How many members of staff are still unvaccinated? How many do you expect to lay off and will you be able to replace them? What impact will this have? What reasons are staff giving for declining the jab? As NHS staff or a care home worker, what are your thoughts?

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