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COVID Vaccine in Urdu and Pujabi

COVID Vaccine in Sylheti and Shuddo Bangla

Vaccine in Kerala language

Join Doctors from the North Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent area, supported by Stoke on Trent City Council, discuss about the COVID vaccine.

Join a female panel of doctors from the West Midlands discuss facts and correct information about the COVID vaccine, aiming to address the myths and common concerns people from the community have.

A message from GP Dr Joseph Michael Sebastian inviting patients to get the vaccine.

COVID Vaccine in Urdu/Punjabi (Female Panel)

COVID-19 animation for all cultures & faiths

Join local female doctors in North Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent, discuss the COVID vaccine in English, Urdu and Punjabi.

This animation helps to tackle disinformation about the COVID-19 vaccination.

NHS GP message in Punjabi language

Dr Carter Singh talks about the COVID19 vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccine information in Bengali

COVID-19 vaccine information in Gujarati

COVID-19 vaccine information in Nepali

Tazmina Ahasan, a discharge coordinator at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, explains in Bengali how the COVID-19 vaccine is given, and provides clear evidence that the vaccines work and are safe for all.

Sangita Patel, the clinical lead for therapies at London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust explains in Gujarati how the COVID-19 vaccine is given, and provides clear evidence that the vaccines work and are safe for all.

Sumita Regmi, dementia specialist nurse at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Foundation Trust, explains in Nepali how the COVID-19 vaccine is given, and provides clear evidence that the vaccines work and are safe for all.

COVID-19 vaccine information in Punjabi

COVID-19 vaccine information in Tibetan

COVID-19 vaccine information in Urdu

Dr Harmandeep Singh, cardiology consultant at Ealing Hospital for London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust, explains in Punjabi how the COVID-19 vaccine is given, and provides clear evidence that the vaccines work and are safe for all.

Penpa Sirso, Senior Staff Nurse at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust, explains in Tibetan how the COVID-19 vaccine is given, and provides clear evidence that the vaccines work and are safe for all.

Dr Fharat Raja, a Consultant Oncologist at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, explains in Urdu how the COVID-19 vaccine is given, and provides clear evidence that the vaccines work and are safe for all.

Celebrity advert urges ethnic minorities to get Covid-19 vaccine

Celebrities call out vaccine misinformation

Video encouraging people to have the

COVID-19 vaccine

A video starring high profile stars from different ethnic minority backgrounds has been broadcasted on television and encourage people to get their vaccine done.

A group of celebrities have released a video addressing vaccine misinformation in BAME communities.

A light-hearted, co-produced video encouraging people to come forward and have the COVID-19 vaccine - and to spread the word when you've had your vaccination to encourage others to do the same.

Advice about Lateral Flow Tests in Bengali

Dr Farah Farzana explains the difference between doing a PCR Test and a Lateral Flow Test. The video is in Bengali.

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