Flu season is officially underway and hospitals are seeing Flu levels that have not been seen since the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you are eligible, we strongly urge you to take up the opportunity of getting vaccinated this Winter and not let Flu ruin Christmas for yourself and your loved ones.
You can find out if you’re eligible here on Public Health Wales’ website, and below is where you can get your flu vaccination.
Children two or three years (age on 31 August 2022): GP surgery (NB, in some areas, three-year-olds are offered the vaccine in nursery)
Primary and secondary school children: Primary and secondary school
Children aged 6 months to under 18 years with long term health condition: GP surgery (NB. primary and secondary school aged children will be offered their flu vaccine in school)
Pregnant women: GP surgery, some community pharmacies or, in some areas of Wales from their midwife
Long term health conditions (adults): GP surgery or some community pharmacies
People aged 50 or over: GP surgery or some community pharmacies
Unpaid carers: GP surgery or some community pharmacies
Domiciliary carers: Community pharmacy (or in some areas, there are other arrangements)
Care home staff: Community pharmacy (or in some areas, there are other arrangements)
Health and social care workers: Via employer