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Flu Clinics Posted on 30 Sep 2020

Flu clinics will be added over the next few days, if you are eligible for a vaccine and we have your mobile number we will contact you to invite in due course. If you need to ring us to book, avoid calling between 8 and 9am and 12 noon and 2pm. The clinics will be different this year, please note the following:

· There will be separate clinics for over 65’s, under 65’s who are in an at risk group and children who are eligible to be vaccinated at the surgery

 · You should attend alone wherever possible


· You should bring and wear a face covering with you to your appointment

· There is a one way system around the practice, please adhere to this

· There will be no seating available, and you will remain standing for your vaccination – let us know if you will find this difficult

· Wear loose clothing and have your arm exposed when you enter the Nurse’s room

· Wash hands regularly / use hand sanitiser

· The flu clinics will be strictly for flu vaccines only, if you are due for anything else you will need to make an appointment in a normal clinic where your flu vaccine will be given at the same time, try to attend the surgery as little as possible

 · Remember to stay 2 metres apart from other patients

 · There is a suggestion that all those aged 50 and over will be vaccinated – at the moment we are not aware of whether this will occur, or how, so if you are aged 50-64 and not in an at risk group, do not contact us at this stage

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