FLU VACCINATION 2020-2021

FREE NHS and Private Flu Vaccinations

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FLU VACCINATION 2020-2021

We will be providing both NHS and Private Flu Vaccination Service again this year.


We run out of our Flu Vaccinations and expecting more in November. We will however update this when we know exactly when our flu vaccinations will be arriving.

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FREE NHS FLU REGISTRATION

If you are eligible for a FREE NHS Flu Vaccination then you may want to register before you arrive at Swindon Health Centre Pharmacy.


Please note we have run out of our flu vaccinations at the moment and expect some more in November. We will update here if they arrive.


Please click the button below or follow the instructions above to scan the QR Code on your mobile. By registering you are not guaranteed a Flu Vaccination and they will be conducted on a first come first service basis.


On the day that you wish to have your FREE NHS Flu Vaccination please ring us to see how busy we are.


You're eligible for a FREE NHS flu vaccine if:

- You're over 65

- You're pregnant

- You have asthma or a lung condition

- You have chronic heart disease

- You have diabetes

- You have a chronic kidney or liver condition

- You've had a stroke

- You have an illness or are taking medicines that affect your immune system

- You’re over 50. The government will be extending the FREE NHS flu jab and are aiming to extend to this age range later in the year.



Any issues or questions as always please give us a ring on 01793 616280

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FREE NHS FLU VACCINATION 2020-2021

Flu vaccination is available every year on the NHS to help protect adults and children at risk from flu and its complications.


Flu can be unpleasant, but if you're otherwise healthy, it'll usually clear up on its own in about a week.


But flu can be more severe in certain people, such as:


- anyone aged 65 and over

- pregnant women

- children and adults with an underlying health condition (such as long-term heart or respiratory disease)

- children and adults with weakened immune systems


Anyone in these risk groups is more likely to develop potentially serious complications of flu, such as pneumonia (a lung infection), so it's recommended that they have a flu vaccine every year to help protect them.


Later in the year, the flu vaccine may be given to people aged 50 to 64. More information will be available later in the year.


However, if you're aged 50 to 64 and in an at-risk group, you should not delay having your flu vaccine.