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IT'S ALMOST FLU SEASON, CLICK HERE FOR VACCINATION INFORMATION.

Flu can be unpleasant, but if you're otherwise healthy, it'll usually clear up on its own within a week.

But flu can be more severe in certain people, such as:

  • anyone aged 65 and over
  • pregnant women
  • children and adults with an underlying health condition (such as long-term heart or respiratory disease)
  • children and adults with weakened immune systems

Who should get the flu vaccine?

The flu vaccine is routinely given on the NHS to:

  • adults 65 and over
  • people with certain medical conditions (including children in at-risk groups from 6 months of age)
  • pregnant women
  • children aged 2 and 3 on 31 August 2019
  • children in primary school
  • frontline health or social care workers

IF YOU ARE OVER 65 PLEASE CONTACT THE SURGERY AND BOOK AN APPOINTMENT, THESE VACCINATIONS BEGIN ON THE 11TH OF SEPTEMBER.

IF YOU ARE UNDER 65 AND HAVE A MEDICAL CONDITION, ARE PREGNANT, OR ARE A FRONT LINE HEALTH OR SOCIAL CARE WORKER, THESE VACCINATIONS BEGIN ON THE 10TH OF OCTOBER PLEASE CONTACT THE SURGERY TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON FLU VACCINATION PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW

NHS CHOICES FLU VACCINATION INFORMATION

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