Reliable information sources to support your conversations

During your conversation people might reveal information sources that you feel aren't reliable or trustworthy. Here is a list of links and resources that you can explore to support your conversation and address any gaps in information.


Improving vaccine confidence

Vaccine information in community languages NHS doctors, nurses and other frontline staff have come forward to help reassure communities that COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective and have been independently tester to the highest standard. Watch the videos by clicking here

Why vaccination is safe and important - NHS (www.nhs.uk) - NHS explores why vaccinations in general are safe and important

Frequently asked questions on the vaccine - Leicester City CCG - Read frequently asked questions about the vaccine in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk) - NHS information on the COVID-19 vaccinations

COVID-19 vaccines, pregnancy and breastfeeding - common questions answered by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Understanding possible side effects of the vaccine from the World Health Organisation


Protecting yourself and others from misinformation

Use the SHARE checklist Government checklist suggesting how to check if an information source is trustworthy. Before you like, comment or share content online, use the SHARE checklist to make sure you're not contributing to the spread of harmful content. View the checklist here

Full Fact - The independent Charity set up to fight bad information

Leicester City CCG Vaccine Videos - in a range of languages

Near Neighbours 2 minute videos busting myths about the vaccine and explaining its importance. Video's available in English, Arabic, French and Gujarati.

British Red Cross have produced some resources to support people on joining the vaccination conversation. Watch the 90 second video below or visit the website to find out more.

SHARE checklist - Make sure you know how to check if an information source is trustworthy by using this simple checklist