In Derbyshire, it is being delivered through a combination of hospitals, pharmacies, hundreds of local vaccination centres run by GPs and at larger vaccination centres.
Vaccines against COVID-19 have been proven to be safe and very effective in protecting people from the virus.
If you have any questions or queries about the vaccine, visit our coronavirus facts page where you'll find lots of helpful information from trusted sources, including the NHS.
To find out when you might be called to get your vaccine visit the Joined Up Care Derbyshire website.
Data on the number of Derbyshire residents vaccinated in each district and borough is being released weekly by the NHS and can be found on the NHS website. To find statistics for your district or borough area you'll need to click on the Weekly Data link and then click on the link to Vaccinations by Lower Tier Local Authorities, which is under the heading Administrative Geographies.
Gov.UK has a number of British Sign Language (BSL) videos on COVID-19 vaccination including:
- information for women of childbearing age, pregnant or breastfeeding
- what to expect after the COVID-19 vaccination
- vaccination consent form
Book your COVID-19 vaccination
If you’re aged 18 or over you can now book your COVID-19 vaccination to protect you, your loved ones and your community.
The vaccines are safe and effective and they are your best protection against becoming seriously ill from the virus.
Transport to vaccination centres
If you're a resident of Derbyshire and struggling to get to your COVID-19 vaccine appointment or if you are in financial hardship and unable to meet the costs of travel to and from your COVID-19 vaccination appointment the Community Response Unit can help you to find suitable transport options.