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Please note we are currently running our flu clinics.  If you are entitled to the Flu Vaccine and have received a letter please contact the surgery to make an appointment.  We are also running a Fluenz Clinic for 2-3 year olds.

Children are more likely to suffer from flu than adults. Giving flu vaccine to children helps stop them catching and spreading the infection, so it protects them and also the people around them, including those at increased risk such as elderly relatives or people with chronic health conditions.  If you have a child in this age range please contact the surgery to arrange an appointment.  Primary school children will receive theirs at school.

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You will shortly receive a letter inviting you to one of our clinics.  

If you fall into one of the following groups of people, you are more vulnerable to the effects of flu (even if you feel fit and healthy) and could develop a more serious illness, such as bronchitis and pneumonia. It could also make any existing condition worse.  You will shortly receive a letter inviting you to one of our clinics. 

The following groups are eligible for flu vaccination in Primary Care and will receive an invitation

· those aged 65 years and over

· those aged six months to under 65 years in clinical risk groups, Chronic respiratory disease, Chronic heart disease, Chronic kidney disease, Chronic liver disease, Chronic neurological disease, Diabetes, Immunosuppression, Asplenia or dysfunction of the spleen

· pregnant women

· those in long-stay residential care homes

· carers

· Children aged two and three years to be offered vaccination through primary care.

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