Two jabs will be needed to enter nightclubs or large gatherings.
People attending nightclubs and other venues where large crowds gather will need to be double vaccinated from the end of September, the government says.
These rules will take place in England by September. The announcement came on July the 19th when the nightclubs all over England reopened. Currently, nightclubs and other crowded venues are only encouraged to ask clubbers to show proof of vaccination, a negative test result or immunity.
If you're returning to campus in September and want to attend all the Welcome, Welcome back activities and all that LRV and Ember have to offer we strongly suggest you look into getting your first jab this month, latest by the beginning of August.
The NHS recommends and books the Covid-19 vaccines 8 weeks apart from one another, so for you to be fully vaccinated by September ideally you'd get your first jab this month.
For anyone looking to get their first or second COVID-19 vaccine, there are a number of walk-in clinics across the country. There’s no need to book, just turn up at your chosen clinic.
Anyone in Staffordshire can visit the Together We're Better website and find their nearest clinic. Keep checking the website for updates on future clinics.
Alternatively, to find a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site anywhere across the country, visit the NHS website and enter your postcode.
If you are unable to attend one of the clinics, you can book your vaccine by contacting 119 or visiting the National Booking System.
For all info on vaccines read the NHS booklet for students right here.