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Flu Season 2021

Update Regarding National Delays to Flu Jabs - How this will affect Holderness Health

You may have heard on the news that Seqirus, the largest provider of vaccines to the UK, has announced delays of up to two weeks for delivery of flu vaccines. We wanted to provide an update on how this will affect our patients. 

We received confirmation yesterday that our first delivery of vaccines will be arriving on schedule.  So, unless there are any further last minute changes from the supplier, we will be proceeding with all clinics that are already booked.  This means that if you already have an appointment booked with us, you can assume that it will be going ahead unless you hear from us.

Our second delivery which is due in October will be affected by the delays.  We have not scheduled any clinics in October as yet and will not now be able to do so until we have confirmation of a revised delivery date.

We very much hope that everything goes to plan and our vaccines will arrive as promised next week.

Posted 04/09/21

Flu

How to book your 2021 Flu Vaccination

Online Booking Guide (QDoctor)

Flu Patient Information Leaflet (Please read before attending for your appointment)

Vaccination Eligibility

Flu Facts

Visiting Schedule for Housebound Patients - Flu Vaccination



 
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