The Green Book - Vaccination guidance

The Green Book is an online resource from Public Health England (PHE) and is regularly updated to reflect the latest evidence, guidance and recommendations on all vaccinations.

The Green Book has a chapter on COVID-19 vaccination, which offers guidance on storage, dosage, priority groups and potential adverse effects.

View the Green Book (external website)

Update to Green Book chapter 14a – 16 September 2021

The Green Book has been updated in relation to allergy management and anaphylaxis relevant to COVID-19 vaccination.

Update to Green Book chapter 14a – 30 July 2021

The Green Book has been updated with two particular clinical updates on Immunosuppressed individuals (page 21) and Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) history.

Update to Green Book chapter 14a – 1 July 2021

The Green Book has been updated with a number of changes including: noting that Pfizer vaccine has been approved for those aged 12-15 years, wording on thromboembolic events accompanied by thrombocytopaenia has been updated and dose and schedule wording has been updated.

View the updates to Green Book chapter 14a (external website).

 

Last updated: 29 September 2021