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Communication from BSol CCG 

Our local CCG have asked us to communicate the information below to our patients.

“The government has announced that all people over 18 are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster vaccine. We have been instructed to focus on the most vulnerable patients in the first instance. You will be contacted to invite you for your vaccine when we are ready to give it to you. We kindly ask that you do not call your GP practice and be assured you will be called in the forthcoming weeks for your vaccine.”

Safeguarding Concerns

If you have concerns about the safety and well being of any child or adult we all have a duty to act on concerns. It is possible to raise concerns anonymously if you are concerned about your identity being revealed.

You can contact Birmingham or Solihull Adult Services via the Birmingham Council  or Solihull Council websites and follow the links to up to date information on reporting concerns, including a reporting online tool.

You can also contact Birmingham or Solihull childrens services via the Birmingham or Solihull Council website and follow the links to up to date information on reporting your concerns, including a reporting online tool.

If you feel that someones life is in immediate danger then a call to 999 would be required.

The types of concerns may vary but the following list may be helpful.

Adults / young people : Financial abuse / neglect / physical abuse / emotional abuse / sexual abuse /  coercion / concerns about radicalisation or extremism.

Children : Physical abuse / sexual abuse/ emotional abuse/ witnessing domestic abuse / neglect.

If you, or someone you know, is the victim of Domestic abuse there is help out there even during the COVID 19 Crisis. You do not have to stay in an abusive relationship. National helpline number is 0808 2000 247 and for online information www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk



 
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