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WE had our flu jabs several weeks ago at our GP surgery. I have had these done at the surgery for the past 10 years. They advertise dates/days on t he surgery doors and you just make an appointment. I think it was end of October we had ours.
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I had a jab a couple of months ago at the GP - I have specific reasons to have one. But they seemed people under 65 without other conditions.

I note ed_pete's irony, but I was more keen than usual to get a jab. Wanting to protect myself from anything that might be confused with C19 (admittedly not 100% medically thought through!)

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Everyone 50 and above is entitled to one this year, free of charge. Try Sogim just down from M and S and Superdrug in Camberwell. I have to say that Lloyds on NCR was pretty rubbish - not cancelling appointments twice when they knew they had no vaccine in stock in my case so I went to Boots in the end for one of them.
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