Covid and Flu Vaccinations

Covid and Flu vaccinations will commence at the end of September.

If you have booked your flu appointment already you can have your covid vaccination at the same time. Please let us know when you come for your appointment. 

If you fall under any of the categories below and have not recieved an invite yet please do contact us to request your appointment. 

The following cohorts will be eligible to have an NHS flu vaccine:-

- those aged 65 years and over

- those aged 6 months to under 65 years in clinical risk groups (as defined by the Green Book, chapter 19 (Influenza))

- pregnant women all children aged 2 or 3 years on 31 August 2023

- those in long-stay residential care homes

- carers in receipt of carer’s allowance, or those who are the main carer of an elderly or disabled person

- close contacts of immunocompromised individuals

- frontline workers in a social care setting without an employer led occupational health scheme including those working for a registered residential care or nursing home, registered domiciliary care providers, voluntary managed hospice providers and those that are employed by those who receive direct payments (personal budgets) or Personal Health budgets, such as Personal Assistants.

The following cohorts will be eligible to have a covid vaccination:-

  • Residents in a care home for older adults
  • All adults aged 65 years and over
  • Persons aged 6 months to 64 years in a clinical risk group, as laid out in the Immunisation Green Book, COVID-19 Chapter (Green Book)
  • Frontline health and social care workers
  • Persons aged 12 to 64 years who are household contacts (as defined in the Green Book) of people with immunosuppression
  • Persons aged 16 to 64 years who are carers (as defined in the Green Book) and staff working in care homes for older adults.

Please note that we will be unable to offer you a vaccination if you do not fall under any of the above cohorts. 

Published on 6 September 2023