Flu Vaccinations now available for home workers

Flu 2020

After initially prioritising front line staff, all staff, including those working from home, are now able to attend a flu clinic for their vaccine.

You do not need to attend a clinic at your usual place of work if another clinic is available closer to home or has more convenient clinic times, please check our flu clinic page for more details. Please note that this is updated daily, so keep checking back if you are unable to attend any of our current clinics.

When you attend a clinic, please ensure you wear a face covering and allow yourself plenty of time as social distancing measures are in place.

For the first time, we are able to offer non-egg vaccines for those with an egg allergy. This type of vaccination is available from all our clinics, but will need to be pre-booked, as vaccinators have to obtain this specific vaccine individually.

If you have any difficulty accessing a clinic or require more information, please email Flu@eastamb.nhs.uk.

Published 21st October 2020

2 Comments
Hi Sarah, yes staff on maternity are welcome and encouraged to have a flu vaccination. Please see our flu clinic page for your nearest clinic.
Internal Communications
26 October 2020


Are staff who are currently on maternity leave able to get a flu vaccination at work please?
Sarah
22 October 2020


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