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20-09-2020, 11:17 AM
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Re: Flu vaccinations are early this year.

I had a text message from my GP for a Sunday flu jab last week, fractured hip and I made it on time, with a projected shortage of the shots it was worth the effort
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Re: Flu vaccinations are early this year.

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I had a text message from my GP for a Sunday flu jab last week, fractured hip and I made it on time, with a projected shortage of the shots it was worth the effort

Vlad, have you ever had any unpleasant reaction to the jab, even if a short-lived one?
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20-09-2020, 11:41 AM
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Vlad, have you ever had any unpleasant reaction to the jab, even if a short-lived one?
Luckily no Mups, my good lady always has a raised area after the jab
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20-09-2020, 12:06 PM
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I think they are using the first stocks for shielded patients... those with illnesses like COPD, Diabetes & Stroke, at least that is what I have been told by my GP's practice. I had a letter telling me to attend next Saturday at 12.15 to get my Flu jab.
If you suffer from any disease, that puts you at greater risk, you should speak to your doctor's surgery.
I have asthma and recently had two TIA's so they know my history,they'll do it when they are good and ready,the surgery are only doing 65 and over, just thought with one through work I'd get in early.
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20-09-2020, 12:07 PM
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Re: Flu vaccinations are early this year.

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I had a text message from my GP for a Sunday flu jab last week, fractured hip and I made it on time, with a projected shortage of the shots it was worth the effort
How did you manage your hip you daft apeth.
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20-09-2020, 12:08 PM
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Re: Flu vaccinations are early this year.

The schools are giving kids flu vaccine without parent's permission or notification, big arguments going on, so I've heard!
That's not on, if true!
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20-09-2020, 12:13 PM
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Re: Flu vaccinations are early this year.

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The schools are giving kids flu vaccine without parent's permission or notification, big arguments going on, so I've heard!
That's not on, if true!
Its parent running to 111 when kids have just a cold that's jamming the system up now apparently.
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20-09-2020, 12:21 PM
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Re: Flu vaccinations are early this year.

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The schools are giving kids flu vaccine without parent's permission or notification, big arguments going on, so I've heard!
That's not on, if true!
I think parents have to give consent... here is a note from a website about this.

How will parent/guardian consent
be obtained?
A consent form and information leaflet provided by the
healthcare team will be used to seek parental consent.
Parents will also be provided with a contact number
for the healthcare team in case of any queries. Forms
should be returned by the deadline agreed with the
team. You may be asked to collect these forms from
parents on behalf of the healthcare team or it may be
done electronically.


This is the link.....
https://assets.publishing.service.go...adteachers.pdf
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20-09-2020, 11:04 PM
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Good grief Tess.

That seems very wrong to me.
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