RTE reporter Brian Murphy reports on how to get your flu shot in the UK.
The Department of Health has announced a new policy that will make it easier for people to get the flu shot, with an introduction of a “valorants new agent” label that would replace the current “valiant” label.
The new label would mean people who do not have an existing vaccine would now have a chance of getting a booster shot, as opposed to a “preventative” shot, and the government will also now have to ensure that a booster dose of flu vaccine is distributed to those with existing health conditions.
The changes will mean that the average age of those eligible to receive the new flu shot will be lower, as will the number of people who will be able to access the vaccine by using a local health service.
However, the new label does not apply to people who have previously received the flu vaccine in the past, as this would require them to get a booster before they can receive the vaccine again.
The government will now be able use a “super-centre” model, where the number and age of people with the flu will be measured using the national vaccination register, to calculate the number who are eligible to get flu vaccine, with the number set to increase in line with population growth.
The new flu jab is due to be launched on Thursday, but those in the country who are not currently eligible to be vaccinated could take advantage of the new “supercentre”, where there is a smaller number of eligible people.
The introduction of the “valorous” label will replace the “veteran” label for people with no previous experience of flu. “
For the first time in the history of the flu, we will be providing people with a more affordable, convenient and secure way of getting the flu jab.”
The introduction of the “valorous” label will replace the “veteran” label for people with no previous experience of flu.
This is the first of two new labels to be introduced by the Department of Public Health.
The first will be introduced on Thursday.
The second is expected to be released on Wednesday.
It is expected that the new labels will make more people aware of the importance of vaccination and the importance to protect their families, as well as provide information to health professionals about the flu and how to best protect themselves.
In recent weeks, the government has introduced a number of measures to make the flu easier to obtain.
The number of doses of flu vaccines has been reduced, to 2,400 from 3,000, and a new form of vaccination for those who have already been vaccinated will be offered for free.
In the UK, the flu is caused by a virus that is very different to the one that causes seasonal influenza, and is highly contagious.
People with existing flu infections are no longer eligible to use a vaccine until the start of December, as the virus can now be transmitted between people at the same time.
The government has also introduced a national flu vaccination register to ensure people have a more accurate and accurate picture of the population in terms of who is currently infected with the virus, as compared with the general population.