Your guide to immunisation and vaccines

Immunisation helps protect against serious diseases such as Shingles, Meningococcal ACWY (MenACWY), Human Papilomavirus (HPV) and others. This site explains what vaccines are available and when to get them.

Child flu immunisation

During autumn/winter 2015 flu immunisation will be offered to children aged 2–5 years old, who are not yet in primary school, through their GP practice and to all primary school children at school.

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Flu immunisation for adults

The flu vaccine is offered to people over 65, those with a health condition, pregnant women, and those who work in healthcare. Contact your GP practice today to make an appointment.

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