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We're working with the NHS to encourage people seriously at risk from the flu virus to get a free flu jab from their GP.
Those seriously at risk include:
- people aged 65 or over
- pregnant women.
- those with health conditions such as severe asthma, chest or heart complaints and diabetes
- those with weakened immune systems
If you're in an 'at risk' group, the flu jab is free. Simply contact your GP to arrange a convenient appointment and get your jab.
If you work with the public, your employer may have a scheme in place for you to receive a voucher for a free flu jab through your occupational health arrangements. Vouchers can usually be redeemed at a wide range of supermarkets and pharmacists across Bristol. The vouchers are valid until 24 December and can only be ordered through your employer.
For more information, speak to your GP or local pharmacist, or visit http://www.bristolccg.nhs.uk/.
- Flu isn't just a cold, it can be a really serious illness
- The flu jab can’t give you flu
- The flu jab is safe
- The flu virus changes, so you need a flu jab every year
- If you’re pregnant, the flu jab doesn’t harm your unborn baby. In fact it can protect your baby from flu for the first few months of life
- The flu jab protects people of all ages