Flu Vaccination

This year, the Health Board are responsible for organising the administration of flu vaccinations, not the practice. Further information will be made available soon. In the meantime, please do not contact the practice for this information.

The following groups of people are recommended to have the free flu vaccine this year: 

  • Adults aged 50 or over (or will be by 31 March 2022)
  • Pregnant women
  • People aged 6 months or over with an eligible health condition
  • Healthcare workers
  • NHS independent contractors including GP, dental and optometry practices, community pharmacists and laboratory staff (working on coronavirus testing) and support staff
  • Social care workers who deliver direct personal care
  • Unpaid and young carers
  • People in long-stay residential care or care homes
  • Nursery, primary and secondary school teachers and pupil facing support staff in both a Local Authority and Independent setting
  • Prisoner population
  • Prison officers and support staff who deliver direct front-facing detention services
  • Children aged 2–5 years and not yet in school (children must be aged 2 years or above on 1 September 2021 to be eligible)
  • Primary school children (primary 1 to primary 7)
  • Secondary school pupils (years 1 to 6)