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Expert interview from PHE - Flu and flu vaccines

On behalf of Sarah Mayfield, Screening and Immunisation Manager NHSE North Midlands:

 

In light of the recent increase in flu circulating PHE have published a new flu blog which answers important questions about flu and flu vaccines

Also, here is a link to the news item published alongside the weekly flu stats on 11/01/2018.

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