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Applied Information Nottinghamshire NHS Healthcare Sep 26
Flu jab facts and a chart! 📈📉
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Suzanne Aitken Sep 24
I've had my flu jab because I don't want the flu! 🤧😷 And I don't want to pass it on to vulnerable members of my family. Why would you not take the chance to protect the people you love?!
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Nina Sep 24
As an NHS staff member I’ve had my flu jab today. I don’t want to have nasty flu on my wedding day 😂
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Carol Evans Nov 21
Upside to today's back to back flu vaccination sessions - meeting lovely Peer Vaccinator Jess A at Loughborough (Guide Leader too) Downside: return journey included the car park otherwise known as the M1 3 hours on what should have been 40 min journey!
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Kevin Furby Sep 24
After having the Aussie Flu last year, I’m taking no chances and having my flu jab at work- to ensure both my family and I are more protected
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Peter Wright Sep 20
I get the flu jab for one simple reason - if it’s possible to prevent harm to others then why wouldn’t I?
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Julie Grant Sep 21
I'm having my flu jab to protect my family 👪
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Carol Evans Dec 27
It's still flu season, even though Christmas is over for another year, we'll be jabbing until the beginning of March. Another 8 staff given their flu vaccine yesterday at Ashfield Health Village. Do you still need to get yours?
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Lori Edwards Suárez Oct 1
I just got my flu jab as I love what I do and if you add the flu & asthma you get a bit of a disastrous mix! Hopefully no sick days for me! I am grateful to for jabbing staff!
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Carol Evans Nov 28
Replying to @TowneClaire
Well done Nottingham West, great result for staff flu jabs. Herd immunity makes sense when our staff are working with the elderly and vulnerable people. It also makes perfect sense to protect yourselves and your families.
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Chrissy Haynes Sep 24
I've had my flu jab today to protect my family, friends and colleagues - I also don't want the flu again!
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claire towne Nov 28
stats drum roll 107 staff vaccinated out 147. 73% of staff now protected against the flu 🦠. 32 staff declined, 7 not at work, 1 member of staff to go .... !!! 💉 56 other staff vaccinated we won’t make 75% sadly but we are nearly there!
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Jane Danforth Sep 20
Oooo... that was a bit of a shock. Didn’t expect that! Winter is coming don’t hesitate to protect you and yours 😷 🤒
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Emma Hutton Nov 27
Had my flu jab yesterday to protect me, my colleagues and vulnerable patients, oh, and my friends and family too! It’s not too late to get yours!
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Nottsdeafnurses Sep 25
I’ve had mine because the potential implications of the flu to my well being, service provision, the health of my clients and family commitments far outweigh the discomfort of a quick jab. Are you getting yours?
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Michelle Bateman - RN, RM, RHV, Queens Nurse Dec 3
Excellent turn out to 'flu clinic at DMH. Thank you Sam and Aimee for having your vaccine to protect yourselves, patients, families and friends. . Thank you peer vaccinators you're doing a fantastic job
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claire towne Nov 19
stats drum roll, 101 staff vaccinated out 147, 68.7% uptake. 6 staff not currently at work, 30 decliners !! 10 left to go... 💉💉 need these last 10 to get to 75% 😬
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Carol Evans Dec 20
Our brilliant peer vaccinators are doing us proud They've given staff flu jabs wherever allowed Notwithstanding folks allergies and those who decline Our percentage is rising, it's now 69
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Carol Evans Nov 26
Doing very well Mrs T, well done. Enough to make anyone smile on a Monday!
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claire towne Sep 27
I’ve had my flu jab because a) I can b) it’s free c) I want to protect myself, my family and my colleagues and d) I’ve just donated x10 tetanus vaccines
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