Getting two doses of Covid-19 vaccination is one of the best ways to protect yourself against Covid-19 - and experiencing symptoms long term (known as long Covid).
As of Monday afternoon July 12th, 2021, 500,871 doses of Covid vaccine – first and second doses - have been given to eligible people living in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot.
A Singleton Hospital worker has enlisted the help of her colleagues to tell people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities about the importance of taking the Covid-19 vaccination.
Reaction to the interim advice from the JCVI on the autumn booster programme.
Our resilient and dedicated GP surgeries have been thanked for helping deliver Swansea Bay University Health Board’s successful vaccination programme
“Don’t Bale on us now. It’s time for unvaccinated people to come forward for their first dose and for those who have had their first dose to make sure they have their second.”
The once-a-week Morriston Hospital service has already given first and second doses to around 40 people.
They were the first in Europe to sign up for the Medicago study
Members of Clydach’s Men’s Shed can’t speak highly enough of Swansea Bay University Health Board’s vaccination programme for helping them resume their weekly cuppa and chats
It's in response to the latest JCVI recommendation about the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.
A Swansea grandmother who was the first baby born under the NHS more than 70 years ago has thanked its staff for still delivering an excellent service after receiving her Covid vaccinations
Almost 2,000 people have been vaccinated who might otherwise have missed out.
Two Swansea pharmacies have begun giving Covid vaccinations today under a pilot scheme. A third will begin this weekend.
An update on missed vaccination appointments in our MVCs.
Hollywood star Michael Sheen has lent his voice to a new NHS animation created to combat anti-Covid vaccine sentiment.
An innovative idea has been used to help address lower rates of COVID vaccination take up in black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities.
Two sisters, who have been on the primary care frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic, are calling on fellow black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community members to get vaccinated.
Reassurance at last after months spent living in fear
Sixty-six-year-old Linda Sanders today became the first person to receive an injection in a new vaccination clinic on wheels.
A new chapter is being written in the story of the fight back against Covid with the conversion of a former mobile library into a vaccination clinic on wheels.