ADULT VACCINATION

FLU

Who is at risk?

  • If you are aged 65 years or over 
  • If you have a chronic respiratory disease (including asthma)
  • If you have chronic heart disease
  • If you have chronic renal disease
  • If you are diabetic
  • If you have a weak immune system
  • If you live in a long-stay residential or nursing home
  • If you have a chronic liver disease
  • If you are a carer

See the link below for more information

Flu vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk)

IMMUNISATION

PNEUMOCOCCAL

Who should have the pneumococcal vaccine

The pneumococcal vaccine is recommended for babies, older people, and people at higher risk of getting seriously ill from pneumococcal infections.

See the link below for more information

Pneumococcal vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk)

SHINGLES

It is a vaccine that offers protection against shingles and pain that might occur where you have previously had shingles (post-herpetic neuralgia).

Who can have the vaccine?

  • Those who have turned 65 from 1st Septemner 2023
  • Those who are aged between 70-79
  • Those age 50 and above anticipating treatment that can reduce immunity like cancer treatment, long term steroids.
  • Those between 18-49 receiving stem cell transplant

See the link below for  more information

Shingles vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk)

COVID

See the link below for more information

COVID-19 vaccination - NHS (www.nhs.uk)