National protocol for inactivated influenza vaccine - 1 September 2021

Vaccines for the 2021 to 2022 children’s flu programme supplied by PHE - Fluenz® Tetra (LAIV) now available to order - 26 August 2021

NHS England Enhanced Services Influenza Specifications - Childhood and Seasonal 2021/22

National Flu implementation plan 21/22 - Updated 28 July 2021 - Updated 28 July 2021

For clarity the changes are as follows:

17-July-2021 version was:

29.  At present, the Green Book chapter on the COVID-19 vaccine states that administration of the COVID-19 vaccine should ideally be scheduled with an interval of at least 7 days to another vaccination (including influenza) in order to avoid incorrect attribution of potential adverse events8. Booster vaccines for COVID-19 are currently under consideration, with trials underway to ascertain whether co-administration of COVID-19 and influenza vaccines will be permissible, subject to the advice of JCVI. Early evidence on the concomitant administration of COVID-19 and influenza vaccines used in the UK, supports the delivery of both vaccines at the same time where appropriate.

28-July-2021 version is:

29. Booster vaccines for COVID-19 are currently under consideration, with trials underway to ascertain whether co-administration of COVID-19 and influenza vaccines will be permissible, subject to the advice of JCVI. Early evidence on the concomitant administration of COVID-19 and influenza vaccines used in the UK, supports the delivery of both vaccines at the same time where appropriate.

Achievements and developments during 2021/22 Flu Season 01.04.21

 

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