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The flu jab

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Dec 2020
12:11pm, 9 Dec 2020
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All I want for Christmas is Woo
I had mine last week - offered by the GP because of my age (57). Had a sore arm for about 24 hours.
Dec 2020
1:49pm, 9 Dec 2020
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I've got my first ever flu jab tomorrow. Just had a text saying it will be in the portacabin in the car park. I have a 2 minute appointment, text also said not to be late.
Dec 2020
9:56pm, 10 Dec 2020
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Mr GM and I went for our flu jabs this evening. Our appointments were at 5:18pm and 5:19pm and we arrived about a minute before. We went straight in, got hand sanitised, filled in contact details, were both jabbed and out again by 5:21pm. Very slick.
We went to get a chippy tea to celebrate, as we were walking past :)
Dec 2020
7:56am, 11 Dec 2020
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I had my flu jab yesterday too, beautifully organised. They were ahead of schedule so only one person before me.

No hand sanitiser but not required as no need to touch anything, all doors open. Couple of questions, confirm ID, any allergies, had I read data sheet. Didn't even sit down and was out in a minute and nearly home before my actual appointment time.

FM - chippy tea to celebrate was a great idea, I never thought of doing that.
Dec 2020
9:43am, 11 Dec 2020
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So I turned 60 this year and the NHS is offering me the flu jab. I'm in rude health and haven&a...

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