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Please contact the surgery for information and to book your flu and covid vaccinations.
Eligible groups for FLU campaign 2023/2024:
Aged 2 and 3 years on 31 August 2023.
Eligible school aged children (Reception to Year 11) flu vaccinations Reception - year 11 school children will be vaccinated by school nursing teams(this includes home schooled children).
Not the GP surgery (unless they fall into a clinical risk category) and if they miss the vaccination at school, mop up sessions are arranged in the community they will not be able to be vaccinated at the GP surgery.
Those aged 6 months to under 65 years in clinical risk groups pregnant women.
All those aged 65 years and over.
Those in long-stay residential care homes.
Carers, those in receipt of carer’s allowance or main carer of an older or disabled person.
Household contacts of immunocompromised individuals frontline health and social care staff.
Am I eligible for an autumn Covid booster?
The following people are eligible for an autumn Covid booster:
Residents in care homes for older adults All adults aged 65 years and over People aged 6 months to 64 years in a clinical risk group, as defined in tables 3 and 4 of the Covid-19 chapter of the UKHSA Green Book on Immunisation frontline health and social care workers.
People aged 12 to 64 years who are household contacts of people with immunosuppression, as defined in the UKHSA Green Book People aged 16 to 64 years who are carers, as defined in the UKHSA Green Book, and staff working in care homes for older adults This is because the risk of severe Covid continues to be strongly associated with increasing age and underlying health conditions.
Information about your vaccination