Flu Vaccination – Information for those aged 65 years old and over

Flu Vaccination – Information for those aged 65 years old and over

October 31, 2018

NHS England have produced a flyer for your information/use and answers these patients questions: –

Why am I being asked to wait to have my flu vaccine?

Can I go elsewhere if my GP practice or pharmacy has run out?

What is an adjuvant and why is it better?

Wouldn’t it be better to have another flu vaccine rather than wait?

Is having Fluad® in November too late to offer protection?

Where can I get further information?

 

 

 

 




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