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Delivering our flu vaccinations is going to be a challenge this year but one we are working hard to prepare for to ensure our patients receive their vaccine safely.  If you are eligible, it remains important as it does every other year, that you are vaccinated.  We aim to make the process safe and efficient so patients feel confident attending the Practice. 


We will be running clinics on Saturdays and during the week which are now avaliable to be booked.  These will look very different this year so please bear with us. 


We are asking patients to: - 


  • Please attend at your appointment time 
  • Be prepared to queue outside and inside the practice 
  • Please wear a face covering
  • You will be asked the COVID screening questions at the door to the practice
  • We will have floor markings to ensure social distancing 
  • We will be removing all chairs for infection control purposes 
  • All clinical room doors will be open to ensure nothing needs to be touched 
  • We will operate a one way system with our main entrance being the "in" and our side entrances (dispensary and where the small car park at the front is) as our exits - you will be directed to your exit 
  • Please be ready (arm bare) to be called to have your vaccine  

You may be given a code word when booking your appointment (or followed up in a text message) which will help you pick which queue to join.


All these measures we hope will enable a smooth flow of patients with minimal queuing and waiting time.  Please do bear with us if it doesn’t go to plan.


We are not able, at this stage to offer the flu vaccine to the 50-64 year old category (unless you have the vaccine each year due to a long term condition) until late November and if stocks allow.  If you fall into this category, we will be in contact with you nearer the time. 


Above all else – please do not attend for your vaccine if you have any symptoms of coronavirus or have had contact with anyone who has symptoms or who has tested positive for coronavirus in the past 14 days.

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