The flu season in the United Kingdom typically occurs during the winter months, from December through February, although it can begin as early as October and extend into March. During this time, the number of influenza cases tends to increase, and healthcare facilities often see a rise in flu-related illnesses. In the UK, flu vaccinations are recommended for certain groups, including the elderly, individuals with certain medical conditions, pregnant women, and healthcare workers, to help reduce the spread of the virus and its impact on public health.
The most effective way to prevent the flu is by getting an annual flu vaccine. It’s especially important for vulnerable populations such as the elderly, children, and those with chronic health conditions.
At CityDoc we can provide Flu vaccinations at our Private Clinics, call 0333 066 9976 to book now.