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Beat the Flu This Winter: Enjoy Quick, Convenient Private Vaccinations

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Understanding the Flu

Flu, also known as influenza, is a highly contagious respiratory virus prevalent in the colder months. While it often resolves with rest and self-care, it poses risks of serious complications for some individuals. Our comprehensive flu service, available throughout the winter season, ensures you have access to preventive care and flu treatments right when you need them.

Why get vaccinated?

Getting the flu vaccine is a simple step you can take to protect yourself during flu season. It reduces your risk of catching the flu and ensures that if you do get sick, the symptoms won’t hit as hard. Vaccination is key in preventing serious health issues that can come from the flu, making it easier for the NHS to care for those who need it most.

Your Three Steps to Safety

Book your flu jab online in minutes and pay securely without hassle. Our streamlined booking system is designed to prioritise your convenience and security, letting you focus on staying healthy.

We’ve cut down the clutter! Answer a couple of quick questions regarding your flu vaccine history and you're ready to go. Say goodbye to the long forms and hello to a quicker path to protection.

Your time matters to us. That’s why our flu jab sessions are designed to be quick and hassle-free. Arrive at your set time without worrying about what to bring. In just 10 minutes, you'll be all set, and your day can continue uninterrupted.

Why you should get the flu jab every year

Keep yourself and your loved ones flu-free by getting vaccinated every year. With the flu's ability to adapt, your previous vaccination's effectiveness can decrease, leaving you vulnerable to new strains. A yearly flu jab is your best bet for adapting your defenses to the flu's ever-changing nature. This quick precaution keeps you safeguarded and healthy.

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Flu Vaccine Effectiveness

While it's true that no vaccine guarantees total immunity, receiving the flu vaccine significantly increases your chances of avoiding the flu. Plus, you contribute to the health of your community by reducing the risk of transmission.

What to Expect

At your appointment, a quick jab in the upper arm is all it will take. Side effects, if any, are typically minimal. Most people experience only mild reactions like: sore arm or a high temperature.

Flu Questions Answered

Are there any side effects?

It's normal to notice some usual, mild side effects post-flu vaccination, like a bit of arm soreness or slight fever. These should only last a short while. Very rarely do people experience anything more serious. Children may have a runny nose or feel a bit under the weather for a little while, but this is part of the normal immune response and should pass quickly.

Will the flu jab give me the flu?

It's a common misconception that the flu jab can give you the flu. Rest assured, the vaccine uses a inactivated version of the virus, ensuring you're protected without being at risk of contracting the flu from the jab itself.

Do I need to get the flu vaccination every year?

Flu viruses evolve rapidly, and last year's vaccine may not shield you against new strains. To maintain your defences against the flu, it's recommended to get the flu jab every year, tailored to fight the most recent virus mutations.

When is the best time to get the flu vaccination?

Timing is crucial when it comes to flu vaccinations. The ideal period to receive your jab is during the autumn or at the start of winter. This strategy allows your body to establish a strong immune response well before the flu season's peak between December and March.

Do I need to get the flu vaccine if I've already had the COVID-19 vaccine?

Absolutely, receiving the flu vaccine is still necessary even if you've had the COVID-19 vaccine. The flu vaccine is formulated to combat the influenza virus, which is different from the coronavirus targeted by the COVID-19 vaccine. Since these viruses are distinct, each vaccine is specialized to protect against its specific virus. To maintain the best defense against respiratory illnesses, it's recommended to be vaccinated for both the flu and COVID-19.

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