The NHS have released the latest information on Flu jabs in readiness for this coming winter.
Getting a Flu jab for free
You can get the flu jab for free on the NHS from your local doctor, so long as one of the following applies:
- You are aged 65 or over
- You are pregnant
- You suffer from a health condition like severe asthma or diabetes (consult with your doctor to find out if you’re eligible)
- You care for someone whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill
Where to get it
Asda has a pharmacy service in 255 stores nationwide, open seven days a week. And it’s reasonable, costing just £7 per person for the jab.
At Boots the jab sets you back £12.99. You need to go through a questionnaire with the pharmacist beforehand.
The Co-op has a pharmacy service in more than 450 branches across the UK, where the injection will cost you £10.
You can find a branch which offers the flu jab on this section of the website.
Lloyds Pharmacy has more than 1,600 pharmacies across the UK. You can find your nearest one by putting in your details on this section of the Lloyds website.
If you do get your jab from Lloyds it will cost you £10.
Sainsbury’s stores with a pharmacy offer the flu jab. Vaccinations cost £9. You get Nectar points on them too.
It will set you back £9.99 for the jab.
Many Tesco stores now offer a pharmacy, and you can get your jab here for £9. All you need to do is pop into the store.
You can find your nearest Tesco Pharmacy on using this tool on the Tesco website.