Only a third of pregnant women and young children in Nottingham booked in for a flu jab last winter

Only a third of pregnant women and young children in Nottingham booked in for a flu jab last winter
 

About a third of pregnant women and young children in Nottingham booked in for a flu jab last winter, sparking calls to increase the take-up in vaccinations this year.
Between September 2015 and January, 34.8 percent of expectant women – who are registered with a GP in the city – booked in for a jab, below the national average of 42.3 percent and the regional average of 41.4 percent.
Meanwhile, 33.2 percent of two to four-year-olds in the city registered for a vaccination, again below the national average of 34.4 percent and regional average of 40 percent.
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12 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 27
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