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Doctors warn fewer patients having seasonal flu vaccination

Doctors in England are warning that fewer patients are having seasonal flu vaccinations in their surgeries compared to this time last year.

The Royal College of GPs claims the decline in take up could be leaving vulnerable people at risk.

But Public Health England says 400,000 jabs have been administered in pharmacies - and some of those may not yet have been entered onto patient records.

The BBC's health correspondent Dominic Hughes reports.

  • 12 Nov 2015
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