Protect your child against flu this winter

Date: 04 October 2019

Flu jab

Did you know that children aged two and three should get vaccinated against flu every year? The vaccine will help protect your child against flu and serious complications such as bronchitis and pneumonia. Vaccinating your child will also help protect more vulnerable friends and family. There’s no injection needed – the vaccine is given as a nasal spray, which is painless and easy to have.

To get your child vaccinate, visit your GP. Primary school-aged children will also be offered the vaccine at school.

  • Summary:

    Did you know that children aged two and three should get vaccinated against flu every year? The vaccine will help protect your child against flu and serious complications such as bronchitis and pneumonia.