Essential public information for Surrey residents, including files specifically for people with sensory impairments, as well as easy read and video information that may be helpful for people with a learning disability and/or autism.
Easy read resources
- Information on COVID-19 vaccination (Public Health England)
- Words about coronavirus and what they mean (PDF)
- Coronavirus and how to stay safe and prevent the spread (GOV.UK)
- Hand-washing rap video - guide to hand-washing from the Purple All Stars
- Explaining coronavirus video - from Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust
How to register with a doctor/GP and get an NHS number to book a COVID -19 Vaccine
- NHS Letter explaining COVID-19: vaccine information for people without an NHS number - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) available in 25 languages including Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Polish and Urdu. The letter,
- Doctors of the World, in partnership with the British Red Cross, have produced translated animated videos with key information on how to register with a GP and book COVID-19 vaccines.
- Surrey Muslim Association statement on COVID-19 Vaccinations Jan 2021 (PDF)
- UK Imams statement on COVID-19 Vaccinations Jan 2021 (PDF)
- European Rabbi's public statement on Vaccinations Jan 2021 (PDF)
The latest Government guidance has been translated for communities from displaced communities on the Big Leaf Foundation COVID advice website.
- Urdu - Vaccinations - Surrey Imam Hashmi has recorded a video reassuring Muslim residents about having the COVID-19 vaccination. January 2021. Imam Hashmi Vaccination Video.
- Spotting Fake News - The Big Leaf Foundation have produced some translated videos explaining how to spot fake news. Big Leaf Foundation Spotting Fake News videos.
For those with a visual impairment and BSL resources
BSL Bulletin – by the Deaf Services Team at Sight for Surrey
Find out what's been happening in Surrey during the coronavirus.
Information for eligible adults on the COVID-19 vaccination.
BSL Public Health England guidance to COVID Vaccination and blood clotting
Information for people who have had their first COVID-19 vaccination.