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NHS Flu Vaccinations
Flu vaccination is important because:
More people are likely to get flu this winter as fewer people will have built up natural immunity to it during the COVID-19 pandemic if you get flu and COVID-19 at the same time, research shows you're more likely to be seriously ill getting vaccinated against flu and COVID-19 will provide protection for you and those around you for both these serious illnesses
If you've had COVID-19, it's safe to have the flu vaccine. It will still be effective at helping to prevent flu.
Am I eligible for a free NHS flu vaccination?
We provide free NHS flu vaccinations to people subject to eligibility
NHS flu vaccinations in England for the 2022/23 flu season, the following groups can access a free NHS flu jab:
- People who are aged 18 to 64 years and in a clinical risk group.
- Pregnant women
- People in long-stay residential care homes
- Close contacts of people who have a weakened immune system
- Front-line health or social care workers who do not have employer-led occupational health schemes and who are employed by: a registered residential care or nursing home; a registered domiciliary care provider; a voluntary managed hospice provider; or Direct Payment (personal budgets) or Personal Health Budgets, such as Personal Assistants