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Why You Should Get The Free NHS Flu Jab 2017 & 2018 If Eligible | NHS Flu Vaccine Influenza Vaccine

December 18, 2019


Flu jabs please watch this three-minute video. As it’s important and share on because you could save a life. so let’s be crystal clear flu kills! for many though it’s an unpleasant illness
which can last over a week with symptoms like extreme tiredness and weakness, too
unwell to do usual activities and other symptoms like chills, fever, headaches,
joint pain and many more but for the most vulnerable in society such as children, the elderly, pregnant women and those with long term medical conditions
including heart disease, lung disease, diabetes and many more the flu can be
extremely dangerous and in some cases fatal so I’ve heard all the medical
myths no I’ve never had the flu jab before and I’ve never had the flu so I don’t think I’ll need it but my favourite one well I used to know somebody who never had flu before but as soon as he got the flu a job he started getting flu every year so here are some scientific facts because pharmacists love facts! Fact number one!
studies show of the 250 to 500 thousand people who die every year in the world
of flu 90% of them are over 65 I know shocking right! Facts number two! so flu vaccines don’t contain any live virus so it’s dead so it’s physically
impossible to catch flu from it no matter what your friends tell you. Fact
number three the flu vaccine takes 10-14 days to become fully
effective once your immune system has fully kicked in so get it done sooner and to be honest I wish I made this video a bit earlier fact number four! flu jabs have
a good safety record you might get a slight temperature and a few aching
muscles after you’ve had it for a couple of days but other than that reactions are
quite rare you know everybody sees and hears how
busy hospitals are especially during the winter and studies have shown that the
flu jab can reduce hospitalisation so let’s play our part and get vaccinated
to help all the hard working NHS staff now that we know how important the flu jab is let’s see how many people actually got it in 2016-17 statistic number one!
65 years and over well last year 70% of you guys got vaccinated that’s fantastic but still there’s about 30% left so this year let’s do it! statistic number two! for those under 65 in one or more clinically at-risk group the uptake was only 48.6% now that’s less than half so come on guys this year let’s get more people
vaccinated and here’s why it’s so important getting the vaccine is the best way to
protect yourself and your loved ones and I would urge anyone who is offered the free NHS flu jab to get vaccinated so let’s play our part and help all the hard-working
NHS staff this winter so what can you do well if you know you’re eligible for a
free NHS flu jab get it done if you’re not sure here’s a list of who’s eligible
for a free NHS flu jab or Google NHS flu jab or just click the link below and
it’ll give you all the details for who is eligible and if you know anyone who’s
eligible for the flu jab please share this video to them or explain to them
the importance of getting the flu jab because you now know and hopefully
they’ll get it done this year so where can you get it done? well almost all pharmacies and all GP surgeries provide the NHS flu jab if you have a busy schedule
just pop into your local pharmacy they don’t usually take appointments and
they can do it for you right there easy peasy hey guys thanks for watching if
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14 Comments

  • Reply Ritesh Pandya October 9, 2017 at 9:36 am

    Great video highlighting the importance of the flu vaccination. Good job dispelling some of the myths. I run flu clinics and vaccinate hundreds of people, and I'm still surprised at the sheer number of patients that believe the vaccine can give you the flu. Keep up the great work for our great profession.

  • Reply Paul B October 31, 2017 at 11:02 am

    What percentage of those would caught the flu had been vaccinated V percentage of those who had not, would be an interesting statistic.

  • Reply Frank Twist December 18, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    We don't need or want a flu shot, and yes they can cause problems.
    http://www.bbc.com/news/health-13523971 600 flu deaths.
    https://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/nov/25/excess-winter-deaths-rose-more-than-150-43900-2014  This is how they count flu deaths. So figures are usually 5 to 8 times reality.  They use "exsess winter deaths, How many more deaths there are in four winter months to 4 summer months. So if you fall on the ice and die you are a flu death, If an 90 year old gets a cold and die, they are a flu death.  There is in reality about 300 to 800 flu deaths a year in the UK. 80 to 90% of flu deaths are over 65. Above video said 90%.  
           So if you take 85% off 500 flu deaths a year for example. you get about 75 people dying of the flu under 65. So population of UK is 65 million, you have about 1.3 chance in a million of dying of the flu, and probably less if healthy, don't worry about it.
        Do you know anyone who has died of the flu?
           We know the flu shot is on average 41% effective and often much less.
    http://www.cdc.gov/flu/professionals/vaccination/effectiveness-studies.htm  See here. Average 41%.
         Then Google  "Serial flu shot problem", where the more flu shots you get, the less effective they become.
      Also all vaccines and drugs have risk. They say there is a 1.5 in a million chance of getting GBS. So is the risk/benefit ratio in favour of the flu shot.  There is also other suspected long term problems with taking a yearly flu shot. There are also studies showing you are more likely to get respiratory track infection if you get a flu shot.. Its all here.
    http://flushotcanada.blogspot.ca

  • Reply Cerie September 12, 2018 at 3:22 am

    We did it 2 days ago ?✌️

  • Reply Danielle Dewitt September 22, 2018 at 7:05 am

    I’ve just had my flu jab yesterday.

  • Reply Dr23rippa September 25, 2018 at 9:57 pm

    Heres a fact you missed I was taught in school – Viruses can change they mutate into new strains. Thus making the jab redundant.

  • Reply john jones October 12, 2018 at 9:08 am

    you have to be fucking mad to get this, it does fuck all to prevent flu.

  • Reply Ann Campbell October 22, 2018 at 8:01 pm

    Hundreds of children brain damaged by the swine flu vaccine to receive $90 million in financial compensation from UK government

  • Reply M B October 25, 2018 at 8:13 pm

    https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/health-news/scientists-urge-ministers-tell-truth-on-over-hyped-flu-vaccine-8336184.html

  • Reply John Akass October 30, 2018 at 2:04 pm

    How much do you get paid by big pharma to peddle this..

  • Reply Gettem Rollin December 18, 2018 at 6:27 pm

    You dont even know what flu strain is going to be prevalent so every year a bunch of 'experts' guess what strain they should immunize against .. Its all a money making exercise for big Pharma.

  • Reply Adam Franka September 19, 2019 at 8:16 pm

    What a great video, short and straight to the point. Subscribed for ever

  • Reply Helya Hamzeh November 13, 2019 at 5:16 pm

    I've actually seen you on that little TV at my GP practice today ???

  • Reply sonny butt November 27, 2019 at 3:05 pm

    Salam Abraham just a quick question I'm 36, Is it worth for me to take a jab? I've been told not to take it because my body should naturally fight a flu. I get free flu jab from work please advice
    Jazakala kher

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