Cambridge University Hospitals Trust urges public to have flu jab through new campaign
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A hospital trust which is encouraging its staff to have a flu jab is calling on the public to do the same.
Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) has launched a Ghostbusters-inspired campaign which aims to encourage even more of its clinical staff to get protected this year.
The Flubusters2 logo is a green ghost-like germ foiled by a no entry sign and it will feature on electronic reminders and posters throughout the October and November campaign period.
Deputy chief nurse, Sharon McNally, said the trust had an unprecedented number of flu cases last year.
Over 65s, those with long-term health conditions such as severe asthma or heart disease, carers, pregnant women, children aged two to eight and others at-risk should have their free
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More information about the flu vaccine is available from NHS Choices or your GP.
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