Health Officials Call For Timely Flu Shots

Health Officials Call For Timely Flu Shots

With the aim of putting a break to the gradually increasing deadly yearly flu's ill effects, recently the region's health experts made continuous calls to the residents that they should get the proper infection vaccinations.

While making all these medical recommendations, the health experts mainly focused on the seriously ill elderly people, also the expected mothers because they strongly believed that this category of patients were the main targets of the deadly virus.

However, not only these patients got a warning call, in fact all the patients suffering from long time heart complaints, diabetes, kidney disease and serious medical condition, were also asked to get immediate disease shots.

Meanwhile, sharing her views about the issue, Director of public health at NHS Wilt-shire commented that the lethal Flu certainly was an extremely communicable infirmity which was gradually extending through the coughs and sneezes of people who are carried these transferable the bug.

She added, "If someone is at risk of complications from flu it's really important they have their annual flu jab".

On the other hand, taking an innovative step, recently the NHS Outer North East London (ONEL) declared that they would be launching several free vaccination camps for the area residents.

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