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Vaccination and pregnancy, breastfeeding and people trying to conceive

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You can be vaccinated against coronavirus (COVID-19) if you’re aged 16 or over and:

  • you’re pregnant or think you might be
  • you’re breastfeeding
  • you’re trying for a baby or might get pregnant in the future

Read more from the NHS website: Pregnancy, breastfeeding and fertility

Read more from Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists: Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection and pregnancy information

Vaccinations in pregnancy information session
Covid Vaccination information session on Breastfeeding and Fertility

Frequently asked questions

Is it safe during pregnancy?

Is it safe if I’m trying to conceive?

Why has my relative / friend who is also pregnant not been offered the vaccine?

How will the vaccine affect women who plan to breastfeed or are breastfeeding?

Will I experience any side effects?

I initially declined the vaccination but now I’ve changed my mind – can I still book in?

When is the best time in my pregnancy to have the vaccine?

Can I wait until later in my pregnancy for the vaccine?

Can I speak to someone at the vaccination centre if I’ve got any concerns?

Can I still attend if I’ve got children with me?