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Royal Mail Strikes

Royal Mail Strikes

We want to ensure all our customers are well informed about the upcoming strikes with Royal Mail and how these will unfortunately affect medical ID deliveries.

These new dates below have been proposed for strike action, we will post an update here to confirm should these dates get changed by Royal Mail.

  • Wednesday 30th November
  • Thursday 1st December

These delays are unfortunately out of our control so we recommend ordering as early as possible to avoid disappointment. 

Royal Mail have stated that they:

  • Will deliver as many Special Delivery and Tracked24 parcels as possible.
  • Will NOT be delivering letters (with the exception of Special Delivery).

We recommend that you order your items as early as possible in advance of the strike dates. Special deliveries if not delivered on strike days are not refundable, they will be delivered on the next working day.

For more information you can also visit our shipping page.

Win a £100 voucher

Win a £100 voucher

If you caught us in the Sunday Times you will have seen that we are running a giveaway offering a £100 voucher to spend in our online store.

This voucher is intended to help one special winner who'll be able to kit out their family & friends with life-saving medical ID jewellery of their choice.

With a great range of both customisable jewellery, silicone wristbands and accessories there's plenty of options to suit the taste of every type of jewellery wearer.

To have a chance to win this great prize head over to Checklist and be sure to share around with those you love!

Closing Date: Wednesday 25th of August 2021

Pregnant women to be offered the COVID-19 vaccination

Pregnant women to be offered the COVID-19 vaccination

A press release on Friday 16th April has confirmed that pregnant women should now be offered the COVID-19 vaccine at the same time as the rest of the population. This will also be based on their age and clinical risk group.

The press release on the gov.uk website confirmed that "Real-world data from the United States shows that around 90,000 pregnant women have been vaccinated, mainly with mRNA vaccines including Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, without any safety concerns being raised."

Pregnant women have been advised to discuss the risks and benefits with their GP/midwife, if you have any increased risks of a severe outcome if you contracted COVID-19 this would be taken into account of when a vaccination would be offered to you.

Whilst there is no evidence to suggest other vaccines would be harmful the preference is aimed towards Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines as these hold the real-world safety data.

Data has also shown that:

  • "Though uncommon, severe illness due to COVID-19 is more likely in later pregnancy.
  • "Pregnant women who do get symptomatic COVID-19 infection are 2 to 3 times more likely to give birth to their baby prematurely.
  • "The greatest risk factor for severe outcomes from COVID-19 is age, which is why pregnant women should be invited for vaccination along with their age or clinical risk group."

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