General Flu Messages:

1.  Why take the risk? It’s never been more important to have a flu vaccine! This winter we may be faced with second wave of COVID-19 and the flu virus. If you’re in an eligible group make sure you get vaccinated. #DoYourBit #ProtectYourself #ProtectYourFamily #ProtectYourCommunity

2.  Don’t be a spreader! You can have no flu symptoms but still spread the virus to friends and family. Why take the risk? If you're eligible, get your free flu vaccine #DoYourBit #ProtectYourself #ProtectYourFamily #ProtectYourCommunity 

3.  Going for your flu vaccine? That's great but please remember to wear a face covering and follow social distancing rules. #DoYour Bit #ProtectYourself #ProtectYourFamily #ProtectYourCommunity

4.  Handwashing and wearing a face covering can reduce the risk of spreading viruses but the flu vaccine is the single most effective protection against the virus. Check if you're eligible for a free vaccine this year #DoYourBit #ProtectYourself #ProtectYourFamily #ProtectYourCommunity 

5.  Expecting a baby? If you're pregnant it’s never been more important to have a flu vaccine! Ask your GP, pharmacist or midwife about your free flu vaccine #DoYourBit #ProtectYourself #ProtectYourFamily 

6.  Get your free flu vaccination if you are in a high risk group. It will protect you and your family from complications and possible serious illness. It’s never been more important! When you get your invite book your appointment. #DoYourBit #ProtectYourself #ProtectYourFamily #ProtectYourCommunity

7.  If you are aged 50-64 and not in a high risk group you may be offered a free flu vaccine later in the year. Please wait until you hear from your GP. This will help ensure we can immunise those at highest risk first. #DoYourBit #ProtectYourself #ProtectYourFamily #ProtectYourCommunity 

8.  This year it’s never been more important for your child to get their free flu vaccine. If your child is at primary school or in year 7 you will be asked to complete a consent form so your child can have their vaccination at school. Please remember to sign & return. #ProtectYourFamily


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