This information has been provided by Brighton & Hove Primary Care with the full consent of A. Bennett.
- Vaccines explained in Urdu, Punjabi, Tamil, Sylheti and Gujarati
- Vaccines questions and answers in Urdu, Punjabi, Tamil, Sylheti and Gujarati
Vaccine consent forms
Consent form that requires completion when attending COVID-19 vaccination appointments translated into the most common community languages. Further languages available on request; please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Consent form – Arabic
- Consent form – Bengali
- Consent form – Chinese (simplified)
- Consent form – Farsi
- Consent form – Gujarati
- Consent form – Polish
- Consent form – Portuguese
- Consent form – Punjabi
- Consent form – Tamil
- Consent form – Urdu
The British Islamic Medical Association have produced a position statement on both the Pfizer and the Astra-Zeneca vaccines which includes a statement on animal products and recommends the vaccine for Muslim communities. They also have a statement about vaccination while fasting during Ramadan.
The British Islamic Medical Association have also produced a ‘Myth buster’ with infographics.
The Muslim Council of Great Britain (MCB) website holds Coronavirus information, including Advice for Mosques and Madrasas, statements of support for the COVID-19 vaccinations, and a ‘myth buster’ with infographics.
The Catholic Church offers reassurance messages that Catholics may “in good conscience receive any of these vaccines for the good of others and themselves”.