Your feedback: Have you been able to access a Covid-19 vaccination?

Anyone who gets COVID-19 can become seriously ill or have long-term effects, and the COVID-19 vaccines are the best way to protect yourself and others.

We are working with the NHS to ensure that all of our students who would like a vaccine, can access one. To help us inform planning for vaccination clinics we’re asking all students to complete a very short survey to let us know whether or not you still need to access one.

Students who leave their university email address will also  be entered into a prize draw for one of 5 £100 vouchers for Tesco or Amazon.

Take the survey now

The survey consists of two simple questions and will take less than a minute to complete. It is also completely anonymous – you do not have to provide any personal details or identifying data.

The anonymous survey results will be shared with NHS colleagues and with the Department for Education to inform planning.

Get a vaccine

All adults  in the UK, including international students, are able to access free COVID-19 vaccinations through the NHS, by booking an appointment or attending a walk-in vaccination site.

If you have not had any doses of the vaccine yet, you’ll be able to book both your first and second dose appointment at the same time. Booster vaccine doses are currently available for people most at risk from COVID-19, and those who have already had 2 doses of a vaccine.

Register with a GP

Don’t forget to register with a GP in Liverpool. You will need to do this to access the full range of healthcare available in the city and also to book a vaccine appointment via the national booking system. International students will need to be registered with a GP get a vaccination.

You can find local GP practices here, or you can register with our local student practice here. If you have previously received NHS treatment you can find your NHS number by using this tool.