The Jewish Chronicle
‘I’M THRILLED AND DELIGHTED’
We have now vaccinated more than half the UK’s adult population. This phenomenal achievement is testament to the efforts of the NHS and GPs around the country, but it is absolutely crucial that everyone gets a vaccine when their time comes.
Why is it important to get my second dose?
● Having your second dose is really important when the time comes. The first dose of the vaccine provides a high level of protection, but for that protection to last longer, everyone needs to get a second dose. How effective are
ZENA Forster, 65, lives just outside Newcastle. She has heart disease and suffered a stroke in 2016 and is a supporter of the British Heart Foundation. “I had my first dose a couple of weeks ago. I’m thrilled and delighted to have had it. It’s about protecting yourself, but also your family, friends and loved ones. I would feel terrible if I was responsible for passing the virus on to someone else.” the vaccines?
● The most recent study on the effect of vaccines from Public Health England showed vaccines provide a high level of protection, they reduce your risk of catching Covid, reduce the number of people getting serious Covid-19 and needing hospital treatment and reduce the number of people who die from Covid-19.