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GPs advised on flu vaccines for 2018/19 as NHS promises extra funds

GPs, pharmacists and CCGs have been reminded of official advice on the most effective vaccines for patients in at-risk groups and over-65s, as NHS England pledged extra funding for the 2018/19 flu season.
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