We’d like to find out from people who’re eligible for a free flu vaccination about their experiences of getting the vaccine.
All adults over 50 and children in the first year of secondary school in England are eligible for a free flu vaccination this autumn. Flu vaccination is already offered to all children aged two and three, and all primary school children.
Among adults, priority will still be given to all those aged 65 and over, pregnant women, people with underlying health conditions and health and social care staff. Anyone living in the household of somebody on the Covid-19 shielding list will also be invited to get a jab.
Share your experiences
We’d like to find out from people about their experiences of booking a vaccine. How easy is it to book an appointment? Have you had any issues?
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