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Seasonal Flu Vaccination

The flu vaccination is offered to people in at-risk groups. These people are at greater risk of developing serious complications if they catch flu, such as pregnant women and elderly people.


Seasonal Flu

1st NovemberOver 65 year olds.
1st NovemberUnder 65 year olds who have a chronic medical condition - Asthma, COPD, Heart Disease, Diabetes, Immunosuppressed.


Shingles Vaccination (Zoster)

21st OctoberPatients born between 02/09/1942 - 01/09/1944
21st OctoberPatients born between 02/09/1934 - 01/09/1936


Childrens Flu

15th NovemberAll children born on/after 2 September 2009 an on/before 1st September 2012.
15th November Children aged six months to 2 years with long-term health conditions aren't able to have the nasal spray and will get the injected flu vaccine instead.
1st NovemberIt will also be offered to children aged 2-18 with long-term health conditions like diabetes, heart disease and lung disease.
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