Get your jabs says Russell.A CAMPAIGN to encourage elderly people and carers to have flu vaccinations has received the support of a local health chief.
Russell Hamilton, chief executive of Nuneaton and Bedworth Nuneaton and Bedworth (nənē`tən), district (1991 pop. 115,300), Warwickshire, central England. The district primarily comprises the city of Nuneaton and the town of Bedworth. The district's growth was based on coal mining. Primary Care Group, had the vaccination to protect against the viral infection viral infection,
n an infection by a pathogenic virus. A virus acts on the cell nucleus, taking over the genetic material within the nucleus and replicating itself. and said all people over 65 should follow his example.
He said people living in close quarters close quarters
at close quarters
a. engaged in hand-to-hand combat
b. very near together
Noun 1. , such as nursing and residential homes, and carers, should also protect themselves.
Mr Hamilton said: "Flu vaccination is a quick and painless pain·less
Free from complication or pain: a painless operation.
painless·ly adv. way to prevent unnecessary illness."
People needing a flu vaccination should contact their surgery or the primary care group on 024 7686 5183 for more information.
SAFETY POINT: Russell Hamilton gets his jab from Dr Christian Muthiah. Picture: ROBIN BIDGOOD