FLU VACCINES 2021

     By Appointment only

     STARTS FRIDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER

SEPTEMBER CLINICS

UNDER 65 HIGH RISK PATIENTS

Friday 17th                8:30 - 2:10

OVER 65 PATIENTS

Tuesday 21st          8:30 - 5:20

Wednesday 22nd   8:30 - 5:20

Thursday 23rd        8:30 - 3:20

Friday 24th              8:30 - 3:55

OCTOBER CLINICS

UNDER 65 AT RISK PATIENTS

Monday 4th             8:30 - 2:50

OVER 65 PATIENTS

Tuesday 5th            8:30 - 5:20

Wednesday 6th       8:30 - 5:20

Thursday 7th           8:30 - 4:30

Friday 8th                8:30 - 3:25

UNDER 65 AT RISK PATIENTS

Monday 18th          8:30 - 12:00

UNDER 65 AT RISK PATIENTS AND PATIENTS AGED 50-64

Monday 25th             8:30 - 5:20

Tuesday 26th             8:30 - 5:20

Wednesday 27th       8:30 - 4:30

People who should have a flu jab

The injected flu vaccine is offered free of charge on the NHS to people who are at risk. This is to ensure they are protected against catching flu and developing serious complications.

You are eligible to receive a free flu jab if you: 

  •       are 65 years of age or over   
  •       are pregnant 
  •       have certain medical conditions 
  •       are very overweight (BMI of 40 and above)
  •       are living in a long-stay residential care home or other long-stay care facility 
  •       receive a carer's allowance, or you are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill or you expect to share living accommodation with a shielded patient on most days over the winter where close contact is unavoidable

 Over-65s and the flu jab

You are eligible for the flu vaccine this year if you are aged 65 and over before 31st March 2022.

Aged 50-64 and the flu jab

This winter, the NHS will again be offering the flu vaccination to those aged 50 to 64 years old who don't already fall into one of the categories listed above. If you are aged 50 to 64 years old (including those who turn 50 by 31 March 2022) you will be invited to attend the surgery for the vaccine after those in the at risk groups have been contacted.

 
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