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    This is true. But it still remains true that

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    ...it's quite rare to have two virus infections simultaneously. E.g. 'flu and a cold caused by a rhinovirus.
    So very bad luck if you do get both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    I know that's why I've booked a flu jab like thousands of others.
    where did you book it. Boots and NHS are not giving jab to anyone under 65 according to the media

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    where did you book it. Boots and NHS are not giving jab to anyone under 65 according to the media
    With Boots, but I booked it a few weeks before that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    where did you book it. Boots and NHS are not giving jab to anyone under 65 according to the media
    Mine is for next week at Boots. I booked it at the beginning of September.

    Boots should be giving them to others under 65 in mid-October however try Lloyds and Tesco pharmacies to see if they have any vaccine.

    GP. local and Asda pharmacies are apparently only giving shots to over 65s.
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    Never had a flu jab, ever, however I would probably have a manflu jab if there was ever one
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    Maybe some STDs will counter it. More fun than Dengue anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    Mine is for next week at Boots. I booked it at the beginning of September.

    Boots should be giving them to others under 65 in mid-October however try Lloyds and Tesco pharmacies to see if they have any vaccine.

    GP. local and Asda pharmacies are apparently only giving shots to over 65s.
    GPs also giving jabs to 50-64 age group if in vulnerable groups (e.g. Asthma etc)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    Mine is for next week at Boots. I booked it at the beginning of September.

    Boots should be giving them to others under 65 in mid-October however try Lloyds and Tesco pharmacies to see if they have any vaccine.

    GP. local and Asda pharmacies are apparently only giving shots to over 65s.
    do you know if there are any side effects of flu vaccine ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    do you know if there are any side effects of flu vaccine ?
    Flu vaccine - NHS

    Flu vaccine side effects

    Flu vaccines are very safe. Most side effects are mild and only last for a day or so, such as:

    slightly raised temperature

    muscle aches

    sore arm where the needle went in – this is more likely to happen with the vaccine for people aged 65 and over
    You can't catch flu from the vaccine. If you're going to have an allergic reaction, it'll happen within a minute or two of having the jab so always best to sit in the waiting area for 5 minutes if you think you may be susceptible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xoggoth View Post
    Maybe some STDs will counter it. More fun than Dengue anyway.
    More fun getting them, yes. Living with them, maybe not so much.

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