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By Haddenham Webteam - 5th October 2021 12:01am
Staff at Haddenham Medical Centre are pleased to announce that their first delivery of adult flu vaccines have arrived safely at the practice — slightly delayed by the national HGV driver shortage!
There are now flu clinic appointments available to book online or by ringing reception. The Practice will be sending out text messages to those eligible.
Staff hope to have clinics running each day of the week and a flu clinic on Saturday 9th October 2021.
Flu vaccines are available free from the NHS to a range of different groups of patients. With the first delivery of vaccines, the Haddenham Practice will be concentrating on providing vaccines for those aged 65 years and over, and to younger patients with certain conditions that put them at higher risk from flu.
You can have the flu vaccine from Haddenham Medical Centre, from a local pharmacy (such as the JMW Vicary pharmacy in Haddenham), your midwife if you are pregnant, and sometimes at a hospital appointment.
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