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Where do I go if I have a cold/flu/infection? Are there any vaccinations available?

If you have a cough, cold, flu or infection you can speak to your GP, a local pharmacy or visit the Walk-in Centre for further information and advice regarding medication or vaccinations.

It is recommended that you receive a free annual flu-jab if you are over 65, pregnant, have a serious medical condition, are living in a care home, are the main Carer for an older/disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you are ill, or if you are a frontline health or social care worker. If you do not fall within one of these groups you can also receive a flu-jab through a pharmacy or private health-care provider. For further information about the flu-jab or any other vaccinations arrange to see your GP.

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