Guidance: Accessing government-secured flu vaccines: guidance for NHS providers

Published 2 November 2020 Last updated 4 December 2020 +show all updates 4 December 2020Updated to reflect the current availability of vaccines (in table 1). If NHS providers need further stock, they should now order Adjuvanted Trivalent Influenza Vaccine (aTIV) for those over 65 years old or QIVc (cell-grown quadrivalent influenza vaccine) for those under 65 years old. Both are available to order from Seqirus. 24 November 2020Updated to include information about which additional vaccines are available, including Flublok, in appendix A. 2 November 2020First published. Source link

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Guidance: Accessing government-secured flu vaccines: guidance for NHS providers

To support the expanded vaccination programme, the Department of Health and Social Care has secured an additional supply of influenza vaccines. These will arrive later in the flu season to top up local supplies once they run low.This guidance explains how NHS providers will be able to access this additional stock. Source link

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