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Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (24 Jan 2022)

Supporting a vaccine patents’ waiver at the World Trade Organisation – Baroness Chakrabarti. Oral questions

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 42 (18 Jan 2022)

Baroness Tyler of Enfield: ..., and feeding insights into the development of national visiting guidance—very practical, important work. Another recent report, which I have already quoted in your Lordships’ House, looked at vaccine confidence and, particularly, what might need to be done to help support those communities with a higher degree of vaccine hesitancy; again, Healthwatch does some really important work. I...

Covid-19: Forecasting and Modelling (18 Jan 2022)

Aaron Bell: ...throughout; it has a session on reproducibility in science tomorrow, where we will also look at this sort of thing. On the day of that vote, I was questioning Susan Hopkins and we were considering vaccine effectiveness. Public Health England had just produced figures showing that the actual effectiveness against hospitalisation of the Pfizer vaccine was 96%, yet the model that we were...

Health and Care Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 26 (18 Jan 2022)

Lord Bethell: ...was hard fought and a difficult thing to go through. I have also lived through a revolution in digital in healthcare. Over the past two years, we saw amazing breakthroughs in individual areas, the vaccine rollout being a really good example to which my noble friend Lady Cumberlege referred, but also in non-present appointments with GPs and in other areas. But it took a pandemic to drive...

Enforcement of Lockdown Regulations - Question (18 Jan 2022)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...and last year. Factors include people’s jobs, and therefore their exposure to risk; household circumstances, such as more people in the house interacting; and financial difficulty in isolating. Vaccine hesitancy is an undoubted factor. The Government are giving financial help with things such as Covid support payments, but I think there is more to be gleaned. On people’s responses to...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (18 Jan 2022)

Daisy Cooper: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, if he will introduce a mechanism for GPs to update the NIMS database where (a) patient vaccine records have been missed or (b) they have been vaccinated overseas.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (18 Jan 2022)

Fleur Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what estimate he has made of the number of people with severe allergies who are eligible for a covid-19 vaccine exemption pass.

Health and Social Care: Covid-19 Vaccination Sites (18 Jan 2022)

Maggie Throup: To maximise uptake there are now more than 3,000 sites—more than ever—delivering covid-19 vaccines and boosters, including hundreds of walk-in sites. Opening times have been extended to seven days a week. GPs and community pharmacies have been asked to do more vaccinations, and 750 armed forces personnel and 41 military planners have been brought in to every region to help co-ordinate the...

Health and Social Care: Covid-19 Testing Infrastructure (18 Jan 2022)

Maggie Throup: ...point. We know that omicron numbers are still really high, and we still have more than 2,000 people hospitalised every day, so we do need to be cautious. But my hon. Friend is right, in that our vaccine and testing programmes have been vital in being able to tackle this deadly virus. I encourage everybody to get their booster and, if they have not come forward for their first or second...

Health and Social Care: NHS Capacity and Resilience: Covid-19 (18 Jan 2022)

Edward Argar: Alongside measures to reduce demand and admissions, such as the vaccine roll-out and new therapeutics for covid, the NHS is creating the maximum possible capacity and investing in improved discharge arrangements, the use of independent sector beds, virtual wards and Nightingales to provide surge capacity, alongside our investment in delivering more than 20,000 more clinical staff this year...

Health and Social Care: Covid-19 Hospitalisations: Vaccination Programme (18 Jan 2022)

Maggie Throup: Vaccination continues to offer our best line of defence against hospitalisation due to covid-19. The latest data shows vaccine effectiveness against hospitalisation with the omicron variant was 58% after one dose and 64% up to 24 weeks after two doses. Vaccine effectiveness against hospitalisation was 92% in the first two to four weeks after a third dose or booster and 83% after 10 or more...

Health and Social Care: Topical Questions (18 Jan 2022)

Martyn Day: We will not globally defeat covid if large proportions of the global population do not have access to vaccinations. The UK is one of a small number of countries blocking the TRIPS— trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights—waiver. Will the UK Government stop blocking the vaccine intellectual property waiver, and allow nations to manufacture the vaccines themselves?

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (18 Jan 2022)

Jim Shannon: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment his Department has made of the potential need for a fourth covid-19 vaccine dose.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (18 Jan 2022)

Matthew Offord: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, whether his Department plans to roll out a fourth covid-19 vaccine dose to certain age groups.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (18 Jan 2022)

Maggie Throup: On 22 December 2021, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation advised that children aged five to 11 years old in a clinical risk group or who are a household contact of someone who is immunosuppressed, should be offered two 10 microgram doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, with an interval of eight weeks between the first and second doses. Further advice on the potential...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (18 Jan 2022)

Catherine West: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps his Department is taking to allow UK residents who received the Sinopharm covid-19 vaccine overseas to register that vaccination in order to receive an NHS Covid pass.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Disease Control (18 Jan 2022)

Maggie Throup: We are reducing the levels of infection through pharmaceutical interventions such as vaccines, supporting the National Health Service and social care to prevent transmission, identifying and isolating positive cases and providing advice to the public on how to protect themselves and others. On 8 December 2021, the Government introduced further measures including legally mandating face...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Coronavirus: Vaccination (18 Jan 2022)

Carolyn Harris: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, if he will make it his policy to submit the Sinopharm vaccine to the MHRA and JCVI for consideration as an alternative to currently available vaccines, for those who are unable to receive their first dose of covid-19 vaccine for medical reasons.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: NHS: Staff (18 Jan 2022)

Edward Argar: ...end of 2021, NHS England and NHS Improvement wrote to all individuals on the emergency registers on returning to practice and how temporary registrants could assist in NHS settings and support the vaccine deployment programme. In addition, NHS England and NHS Improvement have piloted an NHS Reserve model in eight areas, which is due to be implemented in all integrated care systems across...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: NHS: Staff (18 Jan 2022)

Rachael Maskell: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps he is taking to ensure that staffing levels in the NHS do not become critical as a result of the mandatory covid-19 vaccine programme.


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